Pinedale senior Colby White is taking his talents to the next level after signing to play football at Dakota State University.

White was a two-way star for the Wranglers the past two seasons. He is a two-time all-state and all-conference selection.

White ran for 645 yards and six touchdowns during his senior season on the gridiron last fall. He also had an 80-yard kick return for a touchdown. White finished with 961 all-purpose yards in the 2020 season. He ranked in the top 10 of Class 2A in rushing and kick returns. On defense, White led Pinedale with 63 tackles, two tackles for loss, two pass breakups, and 97 total defensive points on the season. He ranked in a tie for No. 22 in defensive points in Class 2A.

In 2019, White was also in the top 10 in both rushing and kick returns. He rushed for 803 yards and nine touchdowns. White added a 76-yard kick return for a score, as well. On defense, he was No. 2 in Class 2A at 19.6 defensive points per game. White finished with 82 tackles with seven tackles for loss. He had three fumble recoveries, an interception, one pass breakup, and a blocked kick.

White also competes in track and field at Pinedale High School. He’s pictured with this mother and father at his signing ceremony.

Dakota State University is in Madison, SD. It’s an NAIA school that competes in the North Star Conference. The Trojans are coached by Josh Anderson. They went 3-5 last fall.

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