Hyrin White used his length well, showed an ability to be coached and worked hard throughout The Opening Regional at Coppell High, and Scout captured the footage of his performance.
The De Soto (Texas) High standout, who is the No. 38 offensive tackle in the 2017 class, lined up at right tackle and showed why the likes of Oklahoma State, UCLA, Arizona State and Missouri are among the schools to extend scholarship offers.
White played right tackle in the 1-on-1 drills, but also worked on his kick-step as a left tackle.
He showed the ability to use his length well and to remain balanced. He showed good agility and an ability to move laterally, although he did reach a few times rather than sitting back and remaining patient while staying low in his base.
White needs to be quicker with his hands in getting them on the defensive lineman, and he needs to be better in targeting his initial punch. As he continues to build upper body strength, White will also improve in those areas as well as his ability to press a defensive lineman off of him when he lets him inside.
He also showed a willingness to compete hard and even though his technique needs work, he battled hard and was able to play fast. His length also gave the defensive ends problems. If you can't play the video above, try the version below.