Trabuco Hills QB proactive in search of offers

Mission Viejo (Calif.) Trabuco Hills QB Brian White is a 6-5, 220-pound field general who is starting to get more attention as the summer has progressed. He camped at three big Division-1 schools, and as a result of his stellar play at all three has teams from all over waiting to see how he performs this fall. If he does what he's capable of, White will have scholarship offers galore.

"It was a lot of fun, I really liked their facilities," White told of his time camping at the University of Washington this summer. "Coach (Rick) Neuheisel and Ax (Steve Axman) are top-of-the-line coaches." Brian ran a 4.9 40 and repped 185 pounds 16 times while he was at camp.

Brian also camped at Colorado and Ohio State, and while he relished his experiences at all three schools he singled out Washington's camp as the one he especially enjoyed.

"Washington has been a school I have always thought about," he said. "They have a winning tradition, and Coach Neuheisel seems like he would be an awesome coach to play for." Brent Myers is the main coach recruiting White for the Dawgs.

The other team White is hot after right now is the Colorado Buffaloes. "I've always followed them on TV," he said. "I really like the coaches there too. They have a winning tradition as well."

The Oregon Ducks also have White's attention. "I'm a big Joey Harrington fan," Brian said. "Their offense looks to be one that would fit well with my style."

White threw for 1500 yards last year for Trabuco Hills, completing 60 percent of his passes. 14 of those throws went for scores. He was all-area honorable mention as a junior.

Brian doesn't have any offers as of yet, but expects to get some sniffs when his senior season rolls around. "Washington said they want to see how my first two games go. Colorado is close too and possibly Fresno State."

As of right now, the Huskies and the Buffaloes are White's co-leaders. Click on the link below for White's profile.

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