LOS ANGELES — USC men's basketball has signed guards Anthony "Tre" White and Oziyah Sellers to National Letters of Intent (NLIs) as part of its No. 6-ranked 2022 recruiting class, it was announced by head coach Andy Enfield today (April 13). White and Sellers join center Vincent Iwuchukwu and forward Kijani Wright who were announced in November. It is the eighth consecutive USC recruiting class ranked inside the top 30 and its fifth class inside the top 20.
White (6-6, 190-pounds) is a consensus four-star, senior guard from Prolific Prep in Napa, California, where he led his team to a 26-6 record this season (2021-22), playing a national schedule against some of the country's best teams. White is ranked No. 34 overall on the ESPN.com 2022 basketball recruiting rankings. He averaged 18.2 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists as a senior.
He led Prolific Prep to the prestigious GEICO High School Basketball National Tournament this month. White and Prolific Prep upset the No. 1 team in the country 59-56, Sunrise Christian Academy (KS), to advance to the semifinals, before losing a close game to No. 4 Link Academy (MO).
White is from Dallas, Texas.