Why did you pick Wisconsin?
"The chance to play in the Big Ten and because I really liked (head) coach (Barry) Alvarez."
What position will you play for the Badgers?
Which coach at Wisconsin is recruiting you?
What are your goals going to be as a true freshman?
"I want to come in and compete for a starting job. If I don't start, I want to get into the defensive back rotation and hopefully get some reps."
What was your most memorable moment as a high school football player?
"My last game this year, I had five catches for 115 yards and on defense I had seven solo tackles."
Do you have a favorite college or professional football player?
What did you like most about the recruiting process?
"Going to all the different schools and getting to know all the different coaches."
What did you like the least about the recruiting process?
"The confusion and the hassle sometimes got to me but that's about it. Overall it was a good experience."
What advice would you give an underclassman that will go through the recruiting process in the future?
"Play every down as hard as you can because you never know who's watching you."
Is there a person in your life that you admire or that has been instrumental in your success?
"My high school coach, Tony Heath."
Q & A with Safety Johnny White
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