WA Lineman Jordan White-Frisbee

While the big lineman from Washington, <b>Jordan White-Frisbee</b>, is getting recruited from Northwest schools, he admits that he likes some out-of-states schools also, including one in Los Angeles...

Jordan White-Frisbee, 6-7, 265, Kenmoor (Wash.), Inglemoor, is one of the Northwest's top lineman, and while his recruiting has a Northwest flavor to it, White-Frisbee is looking outside the local area at several other schools.

"I'm hearing the most from Washington, Washington State and Oregon State, and they have all offered, but I also am looking at UCLA, Oregon, Colorado, Michigan and Michigan State," White-Frisbee said.

Primarily being recruited as a defensive lineman, White-Frisbee prefers defensive end, but knows some are looking at him as a defensive tackle. "Anywhere is fine with me. I just want to play," said White-Frisbee.

He has been pretty busy this summer, playing AAU basketball, and traveling a lot, and is currently playing in the Las Vegas Big Time Tournament. "I haven't had a whole lot of downtime because of basketball, but its been pretty fun. I wouldn't mind playing basketball in college, but I am not really sure."

White-Frisbee is being recruited primarily by coach Don Johnson for UCLA, and also hearing from coach Steve Axman, who White-Frisbee knew when Axman was on the Washington staff. When asked about coaching staffs, the big two-sporter is, in fact, keeping an eye on the coaching situation at Washington. "I liked Coach Gilbertson (UW's interim head coach). He is a real nice guy. The situation doesn't really do a whole lot against them. It's still UW. I also like Coach Doba at Washington State."

White-Frisbee is in no hurry to make a decision about a school and would like to take some trips before deciding. He is also very wide open. "I am thinking outside the UW area for right now. I definitely will take my trips and see what is out there, then make my decision."


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