Elite 11 MVP Sean White to Visit Auburn, but Would QB be Good Fit for Tigers?
Sean White is only a 3-star pro-style quarterback, according to the 247Sports composite rankings, but he performed well enough at the Elite 11 camp to earn MVP honors.
The MVP is planning on visiting Auburn this Thursday, according to a report from Justin Hokanson of AuburnSports.com:
"I've been talking to Coach Rhett Lashlee for a few weeks, he started talking to me before I went out to the West Coast. We talk almost daily -- he seems like a cool guy and a guy I'd like to play for. I'm going to visit Thursday and I'm going to throw for him and show him what I have to offer," White said.
Hokanson also reports White's thoughts on what's sure to be a new-look offense under head coach Gus Malzahn:
"It works," said White. "He puts up points and that's something I like to do is score points. A good quarterback can run any offense, so if it's Malzahn's offense, a pro-style offense, I can go in and learn an offense and be successful and win games."
White has not received an offer from Auburn yet, but the Tigers would be smart if they extended one to the increasingly popular quarterback.
The need isn't dire for Auburn, with 4-star pro-style quarterback Jeremy Johnson and 3-star JUCO athlete Nick Marshall both enrolled for this season, but a good program can never have too many ready and able quarterbacks.
He may only be a 3-star prospect, but he was praised for his accuracy by Trent Dilfer, per Tom VanHaaren of ESPN.com:
"His accurate isn't just accurate. It's exact. It's an NFL type of ball. I'm stealing this from Steve Young, but he has an artistic ball. He paints a picture with his ball."
Why wouldn't Auburn want a quarterback like that on its roster?
Auburn passed the ball 296 times, completing 194, for 3,002 yards during 2010's championship run (cfbstats.com), and that's when Malzahn was calling the shots on offense. White's stock is rising, and imagine what Malzahn could do with a quarterback with his kind of accuracy and poise.
He may not have Cam Newton's athleticism, but an accurate quarterback doesn't need elite agility to make an offense work.
White would be a good fit for Auburn. Why not make an offer?
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