TCU lands its first commit for 2011

With the pace of today's recruiting cycle, many schools are filling up quickly for the class of 2010. TCU has already gotten started on 2011. Recently, TCU handed out a verbal offer to Arlington (Texas) Bowie wide receiver Cameron White. The TCU offer was his first verbal offer and on Wednesday, White was pleased to inform the TCU coaching staff that he is already ready to accept.
"I committed to TCU," White said. "I'm really excited about it. I was their first recruit and their first commitment. I love the academics. I loved the dorms. I loved everything about it."
White made the commitment to wide receivers coach Rusty Burns. His performance this spring and summer has earned him praise as one of the top 2011 wide receiver prospects in Texas. White was a co-WR MVP at the Dallas NUC combine and was part of a strong Arlington Bowie run this past weekend at the Texas 7 on 7 State Championships.

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Though the commitment is an early one, White says that he plans to stick it through.
"I'm going to stay committed," he said. "I promised my mom that I would go to a four-year school. They have a great business management program and that's something I'm interested in. I'm going to stick it through."
At Arlington Bowie, White is part of a strong receiving corps that includes Oklahoma State commit Montra Nelson and slot receiver Langston Williams who holds an offer from Houston.
As TCU's first commitment of the class of 2011, White continues strong recent recruiting by the Horned Frogs.