Sean White Adds Offer

A Quarterback gaining attention in the Sunshine state for next year's class. Sean White has interest from various schools all across the country.

Sean White checks in from Ft. Lauderdale (FL) University High School standing 6'3 and 204-pounds. White recently transferred from Chaminade high school when his head coach left the team to move back to Ohio.

"My current offers are Wake Forest, Boston College, Miami (OH), Hawaii and yesterday I picked up an offer from South Florida. Coming up this Spring I am visiting Florida State, Duke and North Carolina State. I am looking forward to seeing and meeting all the coaches in person and talking to them about how I fit in their program. My strengths are my arm, ability to make every throw and being able to read and attack defenses and using my feet to buy more time throwing downfield than running. I wouldn't say I really have any weaknesses because I try and work on all aspects of my game."

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