In the end, the final decision came down to family. What school had what Enai White thought was most like the family atmosphere he was about to leave at Imhotep Charter?

White, the Panthers’ 6-foot-5, 230-pound senior who is considered the nation’s No. 1 edge rusher, could have gone to any school he wanted to in the country. As decision time neared, he had narrowed his choices to Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State and Texas A&M.

On Wednesday afternoon at Imhotep, in the fifth year of the national early signing period, White confirmed for the nation a lot of speculation when he chose Texas A&M over the trio of other top programs on his shortlist. With his decision, White joins cornerback Bobby Taylor Jr., son of the former Eagles defensive back and one of the nation’s top 25 players, in picking the Aggies.

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