The son of former Springbok and recent Bulls coach, Jake White, has put of living his sights on representing the South African Sevens facet.
Fixed with Netwerk24, Wesley White, is on trial at the nationwide sevens academy in Stellenbosch.
Now 25 years old, Wesley White used to be born in Cape Town and attended Bishops where he performed flank for the First XV.
Following his matriculation, he moved to Durban where he performed for the Sharks’ below-19 facet at hooker.
A transfer to the USA between 2016-2019 followed where Wesley White expert with the USA Eagles Sevens facet.
On the other hand, representing the USA on the world stage didn’t materialise.
Now attend in South Africa, Wesley White is hoping to don the Blitzboks jersey in what guarantees to be a busy length ahead.
“My dream is to procure a contract and slither out for the Blitzboks,” Wesley White confirmed.
“There’s the Olympic Games on the horizon, but I feel they (Blitzbok coaches) bear already obtained an conception of how that workforce will witness.
“However there I additionally a World Cup (Sevens Rugby World Cup in Cape Town in 2022) which lies ahead and that can also very correctly be a extra realistic diagram,” Wesley White admitted.
Meanwhile, Jake White, who coached the Springboks to victory at the 2007 Rugby World Cup, is coming off a successful Currie Cup season with the Bulls as they prepare for the Rainbow Cup, which, because it at the moment stands, is because of this of of kick off in April.
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