Jett White, a 2025 two-way athlete visited Penn State’s campus on Saturday to witness the Nittany Lions spring practice.
White is a 6-1, 175-pound cornerback and wide receiver out of Orange High School in Orange, CA. He has already committed to USC last fall and has received offers from Washington, Arizona, BYU, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Oregon, Georgia, and Michigan, among his 22 scholarship offers.
Had a great time in #HappyValley with @PennStateFball thanks 🙏🏽 coach @CoachTerryPSU for the invite i really enjoyed myself i appreciate the hospitality and love the staff showed me @RivalsRichie @RyanSnyderOn3 #WeAre🔵⚪️ @ChadSimmons_ @coachjfranklin @GregBiggins @adamgorney pic.twitter.com/dJo2Io3GE8
— Jett White (@G6Arron) March 27, 2022
White recorded 35 tackles, three interceptions, and recovered two fumbles for the Panthers on defense last season. White also returned both an interception and a fumble for a touchdown. On offense, he caught six passes for182 yards and three touchdowns for the Panthers.
His efforts earned White MaxPreps Freshman All American and Adidas Freshman All American honors. His teammate and Utah Commit Kobe Boykin, a running back and wide receiver from the Class of 2024, also visited Penn State’s campus Saturday.
Although White has committed to USC, he is still only a freshman, and as he continues to develop, he will receive more offers, and his recruitment may open back up. An example was the recent de-commitment of Neeo Avery, who verbally committed to the Nittany Lions in December, and he is now getting a lot of offers in the past 24 hours.