Holden White
Holden  White


Wallingford, Conn.

High School:
Kingswood Oxford HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205




Breazeale Blasts Three in 18-8 Win

Wake Forest hit five home runs in the victory over High Point, including three from Ben Breazeale and one apiece from Gavin Sheets and Johnny Aiello.


Wake Forest Completes Undefeated Weekend

The Deacs capped off their nine-game homestand with an 18-7 win over Radford behind grand slams from Bruce Steel and Zach Seal.


Deacs Blast Past USC in Series Finale, 18-5

Wake Forest hit five doubles in an 11-run third inning, as the Deacs clinched the series, two games to one.


Deacon Bats Come Alive in Win over UNCG

Wake Forest totaled 18 hits, including homers from Stuart Fairchild and Jonathan Pryor, to knock off UNCG, 15-8.

Walter on White
"Holden is another tall and lanky left-handed freshman arm. He throws from a low, three-quarters slot and features electric stuff. With two plus pitcher and a steadily improving change-up, Holden should be a very good addition to our bullpen. His role will likely be as a left-handed specialist‎ to start the year but as he gets more comfortable that role will expand to multiple innings."

High School
Rated as the top prospect in New England by Prep Baseball Report, and their No. 54 prospect overall ... Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 431 prospect in the nation, including the No. 51 left-handed pitcher and No. 7 prospect from Connecticut ... Named a 2016 Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American ... Competed in the Area Code Games in California ... Earned four varsity letters in baseball and two in soccer ... Hadn't allowed a run in 9.2 innings with 18 strikeouts his senior year before suffering a labrum tear in his non-throwing arm ... Went 4-0 with a 0.91 ERA and 55 strikeouts in 38 innings his junior year ... Tallied 40 strikeouts in 24 innings his sophomore year, also leading the team with a .491 average.

Born on Feb. 27, 1998 ... Son of Tom and Kathy White ... Mother played basketball at Columbia, while father competed in crew at Rutgers ... Six New England Ruffnecks teammates are playing at the next level, including first-round draft pick Jason Groome and new ACC foes Adam Laskey (Duke), Joe Walsh (BC) and Robbie Peto (UNC).

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