Souderton RB/CB Javon White issues oral declaration to Villanova
The Souderton Indians are loaded at the skill positions for the coming season, returning their quarterback, three leading rushers and a tight end who was the team’s leading receiver. One of the Indians’ top returning running backs will be bound for a Division-1 FCS football program once his days at Souderton are over.
Javon White, a senior-to-be for Souderton, issued an oral declaration to Villanova Wednesday, according to a report published by the Philadelphia Inquirer. It is not known if other programs than the Wildcats offered the Souderton back, as neither national recruiting service Scout.com or Rivals.com contained a list of interested schools for White.
The second-leading rusher in the Indians’ Wing-T attack that averaged more than 240 yards per game on the ground, White ran for 825 yards on 106 carries and caught another four passes for 42 yards, averaging 7.8 yards per carry and 10.5 yards per catch, scoring 10 total touchdowns (nine rushing, one receiving). White posted three games with at least 123 rushing yards and also had three games with multiple rushing touchdowns. Defensively, he added 21 tackles (all solo) and blocked a field goal.
Souderton finished 7-4 overall in 2010, bowing in the opening round of the District 1 AAAA playoffs to Council Rock South, 24-17.
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