White needs visits to name leaders

Brady White does not have a list of frontrunners yet but that could come soon especially after the four-star quarterback starts taking visits.
The Newhall (Calif.) Hart standout who threw for 4,535 yards with 41 touchdowns and 18 interceptions and also rushed for nine scores is planning a trip to Arizona State soon and then plenty of visits could happen over the next few months.
"I think I'm going to get out to ASU around spring break," White said. "From there, that's going to get the ball rolling for all the visits and the camps.
"I want to get out to ASU and I'm going to get out to Stanford for camp because that's really going to break down that decision. I also want to get out to Oregon State and get to know that coaching staff, I like that program a lot. I'll get out to Cal again to be around that coaching staff and the guys more and maybe check out a spring practice. I want to get to Washington because that's a new staff and they have the new facilities.
"I also want to get to the East Coast and see the variety with Penn State and Louisville and maybe some other places."
No favorites have emerged because White wants to take all those trips and then figure out exactly which programs impressed him the most.
After he returns from the road, the four-star quarterback should have an even better idea about leaders.
"The visits are going to play a big part," White said. "I have a general idea - I don't have a top list yet - but I'm going to have to start to break it down soon. The visits will play a big part because it's going to really show me what each program is all about."
And even more interest is coming in for White, rated as the third-best pro-style quarterback in the 2015 class by White said he's hearing a lot more from Texas A&M, Missouri, Washington, Washington State and others.