Junior QB thrilled with WFU offer

Wake Forest recently became the first school to offer a junior quarterback from Florida and the young prospect was thrilled when he found out. Sean White is the quarterback and the Wake Forest coaches obviously believe he would be a great fit for their offense in Winston-Salem. White is a 6-3, 180-pound pro-style passer from Chaminade Madonna College Prep in Hollywood, Florida.

That school has put out a ton of talent over the years and for the next two seasons White will be calling the shots behind center.

White camped at Alabama, Wisconsin, Notre Dame and Ohio State this summer and he's been working hard to get his name out there. While he certainly has interest in those blue-blooded programs White is also very interested in Wake Forest.

"I know it's a great academic school. I know they won the ACC championship a few years ago and they went to the Orange Bowl," White said. "They have a really good team and a good coaching staff. From what I know it seems like it would be a really good place."

The junior quarterback has visited Wake once before. "I actually went up there last summer going into my sophomore year," said White. "I really liked it. It's a beautiful place."

The offer came in about six weeks ago and as any recruit will tell you that first offer brings a sigh of relief. White won't deny his interest in other schools but for now the Deacs are standing out.

"There's no real favorite yet, not really, but Wake Forest has offered me so they're obviously at the top of the list. They've got a lot of interest in me and it's a great school so I like them a lot," he said.

The coaches from the schools White camped at this summer have told him they will stay in contact and watch him during his first five games of the season this fall. Oklahoma and Miami are also showing interest.


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