2007: Former walk-on was rewarded with a scholarship prior to the start of fall camp and went on to lead the Bears in touchdown receptions (eight), receiving yards (475) and yards per catch (14.0 ypc), while ranking No. 4 in receptions (34) ... The eight touchdown receptions tied for the second-highest single-season total in school history ... Was No. 12 in Big 12 among non-kickers in scoring (5.3 ppg) ... Began season as a wide receiver, but moved to the inside after the Texas game and responded with 22 receptions for 361 yards and six touchdowns over Bears' final four games ... Caught a career-high nine passes for 68 yards and a career-high tying two touchdowns against Oklahoma State in only start of season ... Caught touchdown receptions of 6 and 28 yards against the Cowboys ... At No. 4 Oklahoma, registered two receptions for 117 yards and a career-high tying two touchdowns with scoring grabs of 75 (a career-long) and 42 yards ... Totaled seven receptions for 58 yards at Texas Tech ... Had four receptions for a career-best 118 yards and a career-high tying two touchdowns at Kansas State ... Recorded touchdown catches of 52 and 35 yards against Wildcats ... Also had four receptions for 36 yards and one touchdown, a 17-yard grab, vs. No. 19 Texas ... Totaled four receptions vs. Colorado (for 23 yards) and three (for 50 yards and one touchdown) against Rice ... 13 career multi-catch games include seven such performances in 2007 and five straight to end season ... Also rushed three times for 17 yards with a long of eight yards ... Averaged 15.8 yards on four kickoff returns with a long of 21 ... Voted Baylor's Best Offensive Skill Player ... Played in nine games and drew one start (Oklahoma State) ... Missed games at No. 22 TCU and Buffalo due to injury and did not play vs. Texas State (coaches decision) ... Saw action on 311 snaps to earn second Baylor letter ... 184 of 311 snaps over final four games, including career-high 50 plays at Kansas State.
2006: The Bears' fourth-leading receiver as a sophomore inside receiver position ... Caught 26 passes for 372 yards and two touchdowns in nine appearances with five starts ... Averaged 14.3 yards per reception to rank second on squad among Bears with at least 13 receptions and registered six multi-catch games ... Caught three passes for 38 yards against No. 16 Oklahoma ... Totaled a team-high five receptions for 46 yards at Texas Tech ... Had three catches for 40 yards vs. No. 22 Texas A&M ... Four receptions for 52 yards against Kansas, one of which was then-career-long 34-yard grab ... Totaled then-career-highs in both receptions (six) and receiving yards (95) at No. 6 Texas ... Did not have any statistics in first career start vs. Kansas State, but had one reception for 26 yards in second start at Colorado ... In first 2006 appearance vs. Northwestern State totaled three receptions for 52 yards and two TDs ... First reception as a Bear was a 14-yarder from Shawn Bell in the Northwestern State game ... Then caught touchdown passes of 11 yards from Bell on the next play and 27 yards from Blake Szymanski later in the game ... Named Baylor's Most Improved Offensive Player ... Played 245 snaps to earn first letter.
2005: Redshirt freshman saw action on one play against Samford and dressed for two other games ... Slowed by a hamstring injury for much of season ... Named to spring 2006 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2004: Joined Baylor program as a walk-on after drawing interest from SMU, Rice, Dartmouth and an offer from Navy ... Dressed for six games but took a redshirt.
High School: Plano West High School, Plano, Texas ... Earned a pair of letters in football and three in track for the Wolves ... As a senior, caught 32 passes for 512 yards and five scores, while returning 14 kicks for 306 yards ... First-team All-Collin County and second-team all-district performer ... Was second-leading receiver in district as a senior when Plano West finished 7-3 ... Anchored regional qualifying 4x200-meter relay team and completed in sprints and jumps with top marks of 10.6 (100m), 21.8 (200m) and 22-6 (long jump) ... Active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Coached by Mike Hughes at the District 9-5A school.
Personal: The son of Lee and Cathy White, Thomas Benjamin White was born Feb. 28, 1986, in Dallas, Texas ... Political science major.