Brevin White Talks Suitors, Camps

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- Brevin White has big shoes to fill, but he's determined to be his own man ...

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- Brevin White is well aware of his older brother’s legacy. Brady White -- the Newhall (Calif.) Hart four-star quarterback -- signed with Arizona State after a banner prep career, in which he threw for 10,835 yards, completed 63.7% of his passes and threw 109 touchdowns to 44 interceptions.

Brevin has struck out for himself at Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany, and while he saw spot action last year – including starting the season finale against Encino (Calif.) Crespi – he already has quite the following among college programs, including the Sun Devils, who have already offered the 2018 signal-caller.

Washington State’s been talking to me,” White said at the June 29 satellite camp run by the California coaching staff at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian. “Washington, I went out to their camp a couple weeks ago, so they’re talking to me, also. Oregon State came by the school not too long ago, and San Diego State. I had a couple visits to Notre Dame and Miami. They’re not really talking to me as much, but it’s just kind of getting in front of the coaches. It’s mainly just Pac-12 right now.”

White visited the Irish and the Hurricanes with his seven-on-seven squad, and was able to get “some face time with the coaches,” he said. He also attended the USC Rising Stars camp. He’s certainly out to make a name for himself.

“Some of the pressure’s there,” White acknowledges, “but I’m definitely trying to be my own person, which is partly why I went to Alemany, instead of Hart. My brother was so good in high school, and he’s just going to carry it on to college, and I’m just so proud of him, but I’m working to focus on myself, and be the best I can be.”

Part of that focus was working with Cal offensive coordinator Tony Franklin on his footwork.

“Coach Franklin said to keep working, keep working on my footwork,” White said. “He’s really grilling us hard on footwork in the pocket, so he just wants me to improve there, and said that I was looking good, but there’s always room to improve. Obviously, they’re building up their program, so it’s going to be a program in the future that I could potentially end up at.”

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