Mike Norvell and the Florida State Seminoles have landed another verbal commitment and signee for Tribe 24. This time, it’s an addition along the defensive line, one that Coach Odell Haggins has long prioritized.
D’Nas White is a defensive lineman who plays for Jay M. Robinson High School in Concord, North Carolina. He is currently ranked as a three-star prospect by the 247Sports Composite List, and considered the 683rd best player in the nation (74th best DL and 22nd best player in NC).
White, who also goes by “Debo”, chose the Seminoles over a dozen other offers from the likes of the Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Louisville Cardinals, Miami Hurricanes, Michigan Wolverines, South Carolina Gamecocks, and Tennessee Volunteers.
White is a 6’4 333 pound space-eater that FSU plans to line up at defensive tackle. He uses his massive frame to bulrush opponents, doing a great job taking on multiple blockers to free up others. White has long been in the top group at the defensive tackle board for Odell Haggins, and today he took the next step in calling Tallahassee home for the next few seasons.
Jason Seidel, his high school coach, says, “You can’t deny his size. Athletic as hell. Smart. He’s tough. His hands are good. He’s quick. He’s not just a bull rusher. He can defeat double teams. He can get skinny as much as possible and get uphill and put pressure on the QB, but he’s also going to shut down the run game as well.”
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