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Whites commitment pays off with PSU-Fayette signing
XAVIER WHITE IS FLANKED BY, from left, his sister, Kendra White, his mother, Nikki White, and his grandmother Lois Dais while signing a letter of intent to continue his studies while wrestling at Penn State University- Fayette. Looking on from behind, from left, are Camden High athletic director Jimmy Neal, CHS assistant wrestling coach Chris Connell, CHS assistant wrestling coach Bill Carlton, CHS head wrestling coach Joey Hendrix and CHS assistant wrestling coach Patrick Cokley.
After having played football for his first two years at Camden High School, Xavier White decided to hang up his cleats and dive head first into wrestling following his sophomore season. The move paid off as the Bulldog senior became the first signee of the 2015 recruiting class for the Penn State University-Fayette wrestling program. White’s signing came in a ceremony held last week inside the Camden High media center where he was joined by members of his family as well as the Bulldogs’ wrestling staff.