Four-star wing nears decision time

Signing day came and then signing day went without Andrew White making his college choice.
However, the 6-foot-6 senior small forward from the Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School is very near making a college choice.
"My plan is to make my decision the week after Thanksgiving," White told "I don't have an exact date, but it will be in that few days after and then I will sign in the Spring.
"After I make that decision I'm not going to be looking at other schools so that commitment will be just like me signing."
While fans of schools like Kansas, Texas, Richmond, Cincinnati, Georgetown, Virginia Tech and several other programs speculate about White's choice, their programs coaches have only turned up the juice on his recruitment.
For the most part, White thinks the hubbub has been manageable as he works to make what has become a very difficult decision.
"It's still a little hectic and a little crazy," said the four-star wing. "I think I've done a good job of talking it over with my coaches and my family and taking it day by day. So it hasn't gotten that stressful and I'm just glad that I'll have somewhere good to go."
According to White, he doesn't have a top five or a top three and rather than chop down his list he'll simply announce which program he's committing to.
One of the top remaining targets in the country, White ranks No. 56 nationally in the 2012 Rivals150 and he's aware that his decision has been the subject of much discussion. Even so, he's not changing his plans and is doing his best to explore all options.
"Now recently there's a lot of media calls that come along but I don't get too caught up with it," said White. "I'm just trying to do what's best for my personal career and I'm not caught up in trying to play the recruiting game or to string schools along and I'd really like people to know that.
"You know going back to the summer before I started getting recruited and looking at where I am now, just getting enough attention to select the school of my choice is great."