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4-star Texas A&M OLB commit DaShaun White picks up Texas offer

The Texas A&M commit may be looking at other options outside of the Aggies.


The Texas Longhorns finally put an offer on the table for North Richland Hills outside linebacker DaShaun White on Wednesday, he announced on Twitter.

A four-star prospect, White committed to Texas A&M on Aug. 6, but appears to be checking out his options. The North Richland Hills product has scheduled an official visit to Oklahoma on Oct 27 and holds an offer from the Sooners.

White has been on the 'Horns radar since last spring, as he visited Austin unofficially in early April. White will also be one of several targets attending the Red River Showdown this Saturday.

The 6'1, 222-pounder is ranked as the nation’s No. 275 player, the No. 20 outside linebacker, and the No. 35 player in the state of Texas, per the 247Sports Composite rankings.

As a senior, White has recorded 10.8 tackles, 6.0 tackles for a loss, and 1.5 sacks per game in the four games he has played.

Texas currently holds a pledge from three-star outside linebacker Byron Hobbs, but the 'Horns have been in pursuit of another outside linebacker. Texas also offered four-star prospect Channing Tindall earlier this month.

Texas has 18 commits thus far in the 2018 class, owning the best ranking in the Big 12 and the No. 2 class in the nation.