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The dead period just ended and 2015 four-star quarterback Brady White has seen his recruitment pick up a lot in recent days.
The Newhall (Calif.) Hart standout said Saturday at the Steve Clarkson Field Generals Quarterback Camp that Indiana and Stanford stopped by his school last week. The Hoosiers ended up offering on Tuesday afternoon.
"Just (Friday) Indiana came out in the morning and I threw for them at my school, and Stanford stopped by, too," White said. "Those are the first two schools back since the dead period. Those are the first two schools that have been by. I've been hearing from the same schools and I've been contacting them. A lot of them are telling me they'll be stopping by."
White, who threw for 4,535 yards with 41 touchdowns and 18 interceptions and also rushed for nine scores in his junior season, said Oregon was supposed to visit him on Monday, but because of the holiday that will be rescheduled.
Working out for Indiana on Friday paid off, and now White has added another offer. The four-star already had offers from Colorado State, Illinois and San Jose State.
"I threw for Indiana in the morning because that coach wanted to see me throw," White said. "I didn't know Stanford was stopping by, so I got pulled out of class and talked to coach (Pete) Alamar.
"Indiana liked me a lot and they said there is sincere interest and they wanted to know my interest in them. They wanted to know if I'd be willing to go out and play in the Midwest. If I have a Midwest swing like I did last year, I'll probably stop by.
"Stanford likes me a lot and they want me to keep in touch. I'll probably call them this week and I'm just in constant communication with these coaches. I'm excited for this off-season and to see what's to come."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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