Cameron White Can Fly

Cameron White

Speed kills, but so does having a combination of size and route running to go along with it. Cameron White from DeSoto High School underwent a change when he transferred from Arlington Bowie High School in the spring.

Cameron White originally committed to TCU in July of 2009, but backed away from that decision.  At this point in time, White is considering some new schools in addition to the Horned Frogs.

"I am not too worried about traveling from home, and I want to play for a good staff.  I am looking at a lot of schools, but I don't have a favorite right now.  OSU, Texas Tech, TCU, and Nebraska sound good right now, and Kansas, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Ole Miss are some other schools that I am looking at too."

Oklahoma State and Texas Tech are in good position because of their passing attacks, but TCU was the original destination, and they remain in the thick of White's recruitment as well.

"OSU is really sticking out because of their passing game, and Tech is really cool too.  Some of the Tech recruits have been talking to me.  TCU has a family atmosphere between the players and the coaches, with good academics."

Kansas is a school that could have a shot at landing White, and it does not hurt that a couple of his former high school teammates are Jayhawks.

"They have Christian Matthews and Dexter (Linton) up there in Lawrence, and we used to be on the same team at Bowie.  Kansas is a school that has offered and that I am definitely interested in.  I like Coach (Darrell) Wyatt and he would be my position coach up there."

The 6'2" 185 lb. receiver is physical and runs good routes.  He can get off the line very fast, and he catches the ball away from his body.  He compares his game to a receiver that few football fans will ever forget.

"Michael Irvin is my idol.  I want to wear #88 in college if I get my choice.  He had a passion for the game that few could match, and I feel like I have that same passion.  I cannot wait to get on the field.  I want to be a team player and finish high school with a punch."

This summer, the speedy receiver (runs a 4.4 forty) wants to take some unofficial visits and take a look at some of his options.

"I just want to explore everything and make sure I am happy with my decision before I make any final commitment."

Whatever team lands a commitment from White will have one happy coaching staff when National Signing Day rolls around in February.

"I think about the game 24/7, and I am going to try and contribute to my team from day one."

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