Myers-White Looking In And Out Of State

Among the top players at Ohio State camp was five-star Hamilton safety Adam Myers-White. We caught up with Adam's father for an update on camp and Adam's favorites.

Five-star safety Adam Myers-White has been a hard man to find recently, but we did catch up with his dad Coleman White, who talked with us about Adam's appearance at OSU Senior Advanced Camp.

"The team went up there," Mr. White said. "His coach wanted him to come to the four-day camp, but the Ohio State coaches wanted him to come to the senior camp."

Adam wasn't 100% for Ohio State camp, and that is because he participated in a basketball marathon the day before.

"He went to Indiana Saturday and played four high schools in the state of Indiana in basketball," White said. "I couldn't believe he went over there and played four games. I was a bit upset about that.

"He only sat for about five minutes in all four games. He got home at 1:30 am, and I got him up at 6:30 to go to camp. He slept all the way up to Ohio State."

Despite being tired, Adam still did pretty well at camp.

"He was a bit flat," Mr. White said. "I had to ice his legs down, but he actually performed better than I expected."

Right now, Adam is in the middle of training and hasn't been out on the camp circuit too much this summer.

"He is lifting weights three days a week and working on speed training the days in between," Mr. White said. "Ohio State was the only camp he went to."

Coleman White also filled us in with Adam's latest list of favorites.

"He'll probably visit Southern Cal and Florida," he said. "Right now, his top schools are Ohio State, USC, Florida, Oklahoma, and either Tennessee and Purdue.

"All those schools have offered. He's got 23 offers total. Marshall offered him in both football and basketball."

Expect Adam to be all over the field this year for the Hamilton Big Blue.

"He is going into football this year with the attitude that he has to prove himself all over again," Mr. White said. "He is going to play wide receiver instead of running back. He is going to play a little cornerback this year; we lost some players in the secondary."

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