But it didn't take long for White to bounce back and start throwing again.
Just a few weeks after the season ended, White was at the Los Angeles Elite 11 Regional and was one of the quarterbacks in the pressure cooker at the end of the event.
"We had a long season so it was a quick rest for me, but that's my mentality, there is no offseason," said White. "This is my passion.
White was pleased with his performance at the Elite 11.
"I thought overall I did really well," said White. "I wasn't perfect and had a few mistakes but thought I did really well. It will be fun to see these guys again at camps. I'll be going to a lot of camps."
"I'm hearing from a lot of schools," said White. "I'm hearing from Oregon, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Tennessee, Penn State, Notre Dame, Cal, UCLA, USC, Washington, Florida, Vanderbilt, Washington State, Arizona State and Colorado and talking to all of them consistently."
White said the contact has been encouraging.
"It's hard as a player to know when they're going to come close to offering because I'm not sure if they're really interested but I know I'm getting a lot of interest from a lot of schools so I'm really looking forward to the offseason."
White said he plans to do a number of camps and 7on7 tournaments in the offseasn.
This past fall, he threw for 4,535 yards on 333-of-524 passing with 41 touchdowns and 18 interceptions while rushing for 320 yards and nine touchdowns.