"I had a hernia last year, so that kind of put me behind, and it put me out for the entire season. But I'm back now and things are going well," said White. "I did really good at the Nike Combine as a sophomore, but then I didn't play. And I've changed a lot since then physically."
White was named to Scout.com's Los Angeles NFTC All-Camp Team, was the top offensive lineman at the GFA Football Combine and was named the Top Lineman at the AIGA Big Man Challenge.
So far, so good for White, who's also got his first offer in.
"Washington State offered me. The offensive line coach (Steve Morton), I talked to him and he said he liked me a lot," said White. "I'll probably go up there during the summer. They like me as an offensive tackle. It's pretty exciting to have an offer already. I'm just waiting to see what else I get."
A host of schools are interested in White.
White is planning to camp or take unofficial visits to a couple of Pac-10 schools, besides Washington State.
"I'm planning to go check out Arizona State and then camp at USC and UCLA this month," said White.
At 6-6, 275, White still looks pretty lean, with a frame that should easily add 25-30 pounds.
Academically, White has a 3.0 and scored a 1200 on the SAT.