Finished his illustrious career as the No. 4 scorer in North Texas history with 1,668 career points ... Was the Sun Belt Conference's active career scoring leader ... Became the first player in NT history to top the 1,000 minute mark in three straight seasons (2009-11) ... Left Denton with seven major school records: most career minutes played (4,261): most minutes played in a season (1,183): most career victories (86): most career starts (123): best 3-point percentage in a season (45.8 percent in 2007-08): best free-throw percentage in a game (10-of-10 vs Oklahoma State in 2008-09): best free throw percentage in a season (90.6 percent in 2008-09) ... Ranks 2nd in school history with a career free throw percentage of 84.94 ... 331 career assists trail only Pat Hicks (526) and Walter Johnson (350) in school history ... First player in NT history with 1,600 points and 300 assists ... Posted three seasons of at least 400 points, including 424 points in 2010-11 ... Notched three of the top 10 free throw seasons in NT history ... Landed 185 career 3-pointers, which ranks 4th in school history, and his 37.2 percent clip from deep ranks 10th ... His 485 free throws rank 5th in NT history, and his 499 field goals rank 9th ... Named to the 2011 Sun Belt All-Tournament team ... Scored 32 points, including a runner at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, in the thrilling win over Texas Tech.
Earned a third-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection; his second career All-SBC nod ... Ranks 11th in NT history with 1,244 career points, and was just the 18th player in program history to reach the 1,000 point mark ... Tied Tristan Thompson with a team-high 14.5 points per game, but topped Thompson overall by one point (479 total) ... Played more minutes than any other player in school history - 1,183 ... Became the first NT player to record multiple 1,000 minute seasons ... Was one of just three Sun Belt players to average at least 14.5 points per game and 3.5 assists per game ... Became the 15th NT player to post multiple 400-point seasons ... His 242 career assists rank ninth in NT history ... Ranked 222nd in the NCAA with his 3.5 assists per game ... Ranked third in the Sun Belt in minutes per game at 35.8 ... His 85.1 career free throw percentage ranks second in NT history ... Has 145 career 3-pointers, which is the fifth most in Mean Green history ... Has 65 career double-digit scoring games ... Posted a career-high 35 points in the double-overtime win at UT Arlington.
Finished second in the NCAA with a 90.6 (96-of-106) free throw percentage, which smashed the school record ... Also owns the program's top career free throw percentage at 87.3 percent ... Would have led the nation in free throw percentage with one additional make ... Earned All-Sun Belt Tournament Team honors after averaging 20.0 points per game on 52.8 percent shooting and 4.3 assists per game at the tourney ... Posted three separate streaks of 20-plus free throw makes in 08-09 ... Last two outings against Middle Tennessee went for 26 and 27 points, including the Sun Belt Tournament quarterfinal game ... Tallied 2.6 assists per game, which ranked second on the squad ... Averaged 11.3 points per game ... Currently averaging 25.3 points per game versus three career Big XII opponents ... Didn't miss a free throw in the month of December - 24 straight makes ... 17 double-digit games in 08-09 brings career total to 39.
Named to the Freshman Mid-Major All-America team by CollegeInsider.com, as well as CollegeHoops.net Second Team Mid-Major All-Freshman squad ... Selected the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year, making him the first North Texas player to earn the award since Chris Davis in 2000 ... Also earned second-team All-Sun Belt honors ... Was the highest scoring freshman and ranked 12th overall in the Sun Belt with a team-high 13.9 points per game ... His 404 total points made him just the sixth freshman (and 36th player overall) in school history to top the 400-point plateau ... Was recognized by ESPNs Kyle Whelliston as one the nation's top six mid-major freshman of the South ... With two selections, White was one of only four players in the Sun Belt Conference to earn multiple Player of the Week awards ... Ranked fourth in the Sun Belt and 50th in the nation with a team-best 84.8 (123-of-145) percent mark from the free-throw line ... At his best against top competition, White averaged 26.5 points on 59.3 percent shooting against two Big XII opponents ... He poured in 25 points in the win over Oklahoma State in just his second collegiate game, and followed that with 28 points at Texas ... Set the school record for season 3-point percentage at 45.8 percent ... Ranked second on the team with 44 assists ... Started 28 games as a freshman.
Christian Life Academy
Was named a three-time Louisiana All-State selection at point guard for Christian Life ... Named the 10th-best player in the state of Louisiana by Rivals.com ... Led Christian Life Academy to back-to-back 1A state titles ... Earned the state's Most Outstanding Player award by the Louisiana Sportswriters Association as a senior ... Averaged 25.3 points, 7.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game in his final year ... In the playoffs, White helped Christian Life cruise to a 33.6 point margin of victory in the team's six playoff wins, including a pair of 50-plus point wins ... Earned District 7-1A MVP honors in each of the last three years ... Selected by the Baton Rouge Advocate as the All-Metro Most Outstanding Player in 2006 and 2007 ... Was the MVP of the state's Top 28 Tournament in each of the last two seasons and the overall state MVP in 2007 ... Averaged over 24 points per game over his four year varsity career ... Had 1A Christian Life ranked as the fourth-best team in the state regardless of classification according to MaxPreps.com ... Was twice named to the Advocate's Star of Stars squad ... Has been part of two national and eight state championships in club and high school competition ... Nominee for Louisiana's Mr. Basketball and for the McDonald's All-America team.
Son of Colette Pate & Clearance White ... Brother Quannas was a standout basketball player at Oklahoma ... Born on October, 14, 1988.