Reggie White, Jr.
#9 Wide Receiver
Ht: 6’2”
Wt: 210 lbs.
Hometown: Randallstown, Maryland
Born: March 10, 1996

Scouting Report: Strong, physical receiver…has a massive frame, wingspan and ability to open strides when pressing vertically…plucks ball out of the air in contested situations…contact balance and long speed are plus traits…uses body well and wins jump balls…size/speed mismatch on outside…possesses intangibles of strong work ethic, high character and competitive toughness…NFL pedigree as father, Reggie, Sr., a defensive lineman form North Carolina A&T, was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the 6th Round (147th pick) of the 1992 NFL Draft and played in 38 games over four years.  

Career Highlights:

2018 (Redshirt Senior):  Started all 11 games at wide receiver…finished his career as the Monmouth and the Big South all-time leader in receptions (249) and reception yardage (3,471)…Caught a pass in 44 out of 45 career games while starting every Monmouth contest over the past four seasons…Phil Steele’s Third Team All-America, AFCA Second Team All-America, STATS FCS Third Team All-America, Third Team All-America, and First Team All-Big South Selection…finished the season with 71 receptions for 1,133 yards (school record) and 11 touchdowns.

2017 (Redshirt Junior):  Started all 12 games at wide receiverFirst Team All-Big South selectionSecond Team All-ECAC selectionSet a Monmouth record with 74 receptionsHad 874 receiving yards and eight touchdownsRecorded three games of 100+ yardsHad 10 receptions for 187 yards and two touchdowns against Liberty (10/21)Had nine receptions for 137 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Holy Cross (10/7)Had two touchdowns in a win over Gardner-Webb (11/11)Finished first in the conference in receiving touchdowns, receiving yards, yards per game and receptions per gameCaught at least two passes in every contest.

2016 (Redshirt Sophomore):  Started all 11 games at wide receiverFirst Team All-Big South SelectionLed the Big South in receptions (69) and yards (934)Recorded four games of 10+ receptions and four 100-yard receiving gamesSecond in the Big South with seven touchdown receptionsHis 167 yards are the second most in school history for a single gameEarned Big South Offensive Player of the Week after 167 yards and 2 touchdowns in a win over Fordham (10/1)Caught at least three passes in every contestHad 10 catches for 149 yards and a touchdown against Gardner-Webb (11/19).

2015 (Redshirt Freshman):  Started all 11 games at wide receiver…Finished with 35 receptions for 432 yards and five touchdowns…Had a career-high 85 yards on five receptions against Bryant (10/3)…Also had two touchdowns against the Bulldogs…Finished third in the Big South in touchdown receptions…Ranked top-10 in the conference in five different receiving categories…Second on the team in receptions, first in TDs…Named Big South Freshman of the Week (10/5).

2014:  Did not see any game action as true freshman.

High School:  Played wide receiver and safety for Coach Reggie White Sr. at Milford Mill High School…Selected to play in the prestigious Big 33 game for the Maryland squad…First Team Class 3A All-State selection at defensive back…Had 36 catches for 764 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior…Named to the Baltimore Touchdown Club Crab Bowl All-Star team…Led the Millers to an 8-4 record and a playoff victory in 2013…Finished with 34 tackles, seven interceptions, four pass breakups, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a senior…Was an all-county and all-metro selection…Offensively, White hauled in 75 receptions for 1,412 yards and 18 touchdowns…Finished his career with 61 tackles and 12 interceptions at defensive back…Helped lead the Millers to a Maryland State Championship in basketball as a junior.

Personal:  Graduated with a Major in Health Studies…Son of Reggie and Nicole WhiteFather was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the 6th Round ( 147th pick) in the 1992 NFL Draft.  He played in 22 games for the Chargers from 1992 to 1994 and played in sixteen games, starting seven, for the New England Patriots during the 1995 season.