Tuesday afternoon, White tweeted: "Headed back to FORT WORTH.... Ima miss all my boys at UT y'all keep grinding Fam".
White is a former five-star recruit, and was rated as one of the nation's top receivers in his 2010 high school class.
Early in White's freshman year, he made an outstanding leaping catch for a touchdown that was ruled out of bounds. In a way, it was a metaphor for White's now brief Texas career: always oozing potential, but never quite reaching it. His most memorable moment as a Longhorn might have come in the Texas Spring Football Jamboree, when he hauled in a jump ball from Case McCoy on a long third-down play that helped to set up a second-team touchdown.
Following that spring, the Texas staff was bullish on White's potential, with sources telling LonghornDigest.com that the staff felt he was the single-most talented receiver prospect on the team. But his production never caught up with his talent, and he became more known for little mistakes in route-running and drops. He finished his Texas career with six catches for 71 yards.
Texas A&M has been tossed out as a potential White landing spot.