5-Star RB Zamir White Reveals Top 4 Schools

    Five-star recruit Zamir White unveiled his top four schools on Monday night, as the nation's No. 1 running back included two programs from both the ACC and SEC.

    February 21, 2017

    Five-star recruit Zamir White unveiled his top four schools on Monday night, as the nation’s No. 1 running back included two programs from both the ACC and SEC.

    This past weekend, we learned that Clemson and Georgia were trending upward in the recruitment of Zamir White, a 5-star prospect from Laurinburg, North Carolina. White has now decided to make his top schools official by unveiling his list on Monday evening.

    White, ranked the No. 1 running back and No. 4 overall player in the CI 25 rankings, included one more school each from both the ACC and SEC with his top four choices. In addition to the Bulldogs and Tigers, White also listed Alabama and North Carolina.

    Zamir White

    The plan for the 5-star prospect is to announce his college commitment on June 27, which is his mother’s birthday. As we’ve come to learn over the years, parents — specifically mothers — play huge roles in their sons’ recruitments.

    And White’s mother appears to be favoring Georgia and Alabama over the others, which could be why he listed the Bulldogs and Crimson Tide as his No. 1 and 2 choices, respectively. Clemson is No. 3 with UNC coming in at No. 4.

    At 6’1″ and 210 pounds, White is an elite blend of speed, power and balance. His vision and agility are jaw dropping, to say the least. He has the potential to be a game-altering, bell-cow back at the next level and would fit in well with all four programs.

    He’s previously stated that early playing time and each program’s atmosphere will be two factors heavily weighted. So, expect all four programs to preach early reps and family feel as we inch closer to White’s decision date.

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