Texas A&M added a primary defense to its 2022 recruit class as the four-star edge thruster White Enai committed to the Aggies live Wednesday on CBS Sports HQ. White, a product of the Imhotep Institute in Philadelphia, chose Texas A&M over Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State and Florida.
Adding White is a coup for Texas A&M as the Aggies vie for their first class of #1 overall hires in the modern era. While things were going well, White’s addition pushed Texas A&M to No. 1, well ahead of Georgia and Alabama. White is the third top 75 defensive line member in the recruiting class with two more set up.
“Just three visits, I feel the family atmosphere, it reminds me of my high school,” White said of the decision to join Texas A&M. “I just want to go down there and win the championship.”
White played both defense and finishing in high school. Before Imhotep, White played at Pennington School in Pennington, New Jersey, participating in both soccer and basketball. 247Sports national recruitment analyst Brian Dohn had this scouting report on White:
Frame and length are elite. Can easily carry 250 pounds. Provides positional flexibility at the end of weak side defense [or] outside pedestrians. Bizarre sportsmanship. Elite possession explodes in a split second and he accelerates to keep going ahead. Has excellent ability to change direction. Sports for recovery. You can relax and play again. Show speed to chase offside. The quick feet allow White to reorient with ease. Must improve technology. Must match tear, swing or swim movement to accentuate sportiness. Adding upper body strength will allow White to anchor while plays are playing against him. It is necessary to continue to develop with his hands and be more active in preventing attacking defenders from him. Developing a migration set and having a quick plan helps a lot.
https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/college-football-recruiting-four-star-edge-enai-white-commits-to-texas-a-m-on-national-signing-day-2021/ College football team: Four EDGE stars Enai White commit to Texas A&M on National Contracting Day 2021