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Indiana Recruiting: 2015 quarterback Brady White breaks down offer

Last night Indiana offered class of 2015 signal caller Brady White. See what the four star prospect had to say about his chance to suit up for the Hoosiers and more.

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Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson and his group of assistants have watched the class of 2014 steadily take shape heading into the final stretch before next months National Signing Day. Between trying to finish off this years crop of future Hoosiers with top prospects left on their board, the staff found time to offer a pair of prospects from the class of 2015.

Joining Florida defensive end Danny Thomas in receiving an offer from Indiana yesterday was four star California quarterback and longtime IU target Brady White. "Coach Johns and Coach Wilson have been in contact with me throughout the season. Coach Johns came to our State Championship game and followed up on another visit last week after the dead period. Coach Johns and I talked again today on the phone and he made the offer and asked if I was ready to lead the Hoosiers to the Rose Bowl." The 6-3 190 pound signal caller told The Crimson Quarry when asked about how his scholarship from the staff came about. "The coaches are looking for me to take the program to the next level and to compete for Big 10 championships year in and year out. They are anxious to get me to IU to see the campus and watch a spring practice." He added.

The Hoosiers aren't the only team to take notice of what White can do on the football field. Colorado State and Illinois have also offered him scholarships, while the likes of California, Oklahoma State, Oregon and long list of others are showing increased interest in him after he went out and led Santa Clarita's Hart High to an overall record of 12-3 last season, passing for 4,535 and 41 touchdowns along the way.

With all kinds of time left in Brady's recruitment, and coaches reaching out to him daily, he is still excited to receive a chance to suit up in the Cream and Crimson, as he believes the future is going to be very bright in Bloomington. "I was very happy to receive the offer from Coach Johns and the IU football program. The Big 10 is a great conference and IU was in the top of almost every offensive statistical category this past season. Coach Wilson is doing exciting things in the Hoosier program and I am honored to be offered a scholarship to play and lead their program."

See why the Indiana staff is so high on White with these highlights: