|Hometown:||Pompton Plains, NJ|
|High School:||Pequannock Township|
2012: Started in two games at LT... Played six games overall... Helped Elis rank second among Ivy teams in rushing yards.
2011: Varsity backup... Played on JV team.
2010: Played on JV team.
Off the Field: Intern, Savings & Audit at Tangoe, Inc. and managed and assessed savings for companies such as Morgan Stanley, Disney, and West Corporation through databases designed to optimize communications expenses (summer 2013)…Volunteer at Operation Opportunity Warrior-Scholar, working one-on-one with military veterans, helping them improve their reading comprehension and writing skills to ease the transition to a college level academic environment (summer 2013)…Volunteer for Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registry Drive and actively recruited record-setting numbers of people to join Be The Match and helped register 847 more people than any other school in the nation (spring 2011-2013)…President, Delta Kappa Epsilon, responsible for executive decisions on the fraternity agenda, leading weekly chapter meetings and overseeing alumni relations, budgetary decisions and philanthropic opportunities (spring 2013)…Volunteer at Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Naugatuck Valley Joel E. Smilow Clubhouse Ansonia, CT and instructed children ages 8-12 how to lead healthier lifestyles in the “Eat Smart, Drink Smart, and Exercise” Program; organized and directed various summer programs (fall 2010, summer 2011)… Basic knowledge of German
At Pequannock Township High School: Five varsity letters between two sports… Played LT and DE… Second-team all-conference in football… Honorable mention all-conference in basketball and was the starting center on team that was North I, Group II Section and Regional Champions… National Football Foundation Morris County Scholar-Athlete… Pequannock Township HS Scholar-Athlete… AP Scholar with Honor… Member of both National Honor Society and National Latin Honor Society… 4.2 GPA. Personal: Kyle White is the son of Nancy and Thomas White… Won $1,000 for his school’s special education department through charity basketball game... Uncle, James Kilpatrick, was an OT at Princeton...Pierson College resident...History major.