'27 OH TE - D'Angelo White (Verbal Offer)

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    TIGHT END •6'4" | 231 LBS
    CLASS OF 2027 @ VILLA ANGELA ST JOSEPH | CLEVELAND, OH

    Ohio State has offered.
     
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    Earlier this month, Ohio State landed one of its top running back targets in the 2025 class in Bo Jackson. Tuesday, Keenan Bailey offered his high school teammate, 2027 tight end D’Angelo White. White’s frame is already impressive enough for his age at 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, but the Villa Angela-St. Joseph product displayed soft hands and quick acceleration for someone of his build, too. White’s OSU offer was the 10th of his recruitment, adding to an offer that includes the likes of Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Purdue and West Virginia.
     
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    D’ANGELO WHITE, 2027 TE
    The second Ohioan in the 2027 class to receive an offer from Ohio State, White stood out physically as much as any tight end who camped all month. At 6-foot-5 and 234 pounds, White demonstrated excellent athleticism for his size, prompting Keenan Bailey and the Buckeyes to bet on his upside entering his sophomore season at Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School, where he’s a teammate of Ohio State running back commit Bo Jackson.
     
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    He’s only entering his sophomore season, but in-state tight end D’Angelo White was one of the more physically imposing tight ends who camped at Ohio State last month.

    The 6-foot-5, 230-pound Villa Angela-St. Joseph standout picked up an Ohio State offer from Ryan Day and Keenan Bailey on June 11 following an impressive performance in individual drills and one-on-ones in camp that day. White grew up an Ohio State fan and said one of his first and best memories of watching the Buckeyes came during their national title run in the 2014 season. Picking up an offer from his hometown team meant a lot to the 2027 prospect.

    “It felt good because it’s a school I’d potentially like to go to for college and I’ve got a couple of guys that I know who go there,” White told Eleven Warriors following his offer. “They told me I’m disciplined, I know how to move and block and I’m very comfortable out there.”

    White is the high school teammate of four-star 2025 Ohio State running back commit Bo Jackson and says the pair talk nearly every day about what it’s like to be recruited by the Buckeyes. He added he hasn’t ruled out eventually teaming up with Jackson in college.

    “It’s very exciting Bo (will play at Ohio State) because he’s a cool dude, a coachable kid and stays out of trouble,” White said.

    White has picked up 11 Division I offers, a list that includes the likes of Michigan, Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Purdue and West Virginia.

    “My best attributes are catching the ball and blocking,” White said of his on-field game. “I’m good at blocking but I could work on some more things to get better at blocking in the run game. (Coach Bailey) said the things we worked on here, go do them on your own time so you can improve on them when you come back next time.”

    It’s unclear if White will return to campus for a game this fall, but he says he at least envisions attending the Ohio State spring game next year. White said while there’s still a long time left to go in his recruitment, he’d consider Ohio State his leader at the moment.
     

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