After an impressive season that saw him record 83 tackles, 15 for loss, three sacks and two interceptions on his way to first team all-district honors, linebacker Danzel White is starting to see significant recruiting interest. That is according to the 6-foot-1, 195-pounder's head coach Lou Sorrentino of Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton.
"Schools like Virginia Tech, Virginia, Maryland and Boston College are keeping an eye on this kid," he said. "I think the spring combine circuit will be important for him because he's fast and strong. Schools are already responding favorably to him because they like his upside and the fact he's got a nose for the ball."
Sorrentino went on to discuss his talented linebacker.
"He's a good player that is rangy and has a nice frame to build onto," he said. "As I said before, he's got a nose for the football and is a good tackler. He loves contact too."
Certainly White is a little on the small end at this time, does his coach see him growing.
"I think he will," he said. "He looks like one of those guys that could grow substantially, maybe up to 6-foot-3, 220-pounds. He's got a nice frame to work with already and just needs to keep getting bigger."