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LenDale Anthony White (born December 20, 1984) is a running back for the Tennessee Titans. He played for Norm Chow at USC, who was formerly the Titans' offensive coordinator. His head coach in Tennessee, Jeff Fisher, also played for the USC Trojans. He is the cousin of Denver Nuggets all-star Chauncey Billups. He is known as one of the premier goal-line running backs in the NFL.

High school career

White attended South High School in Denver, Colorado. White played the 1998 and 1999 seasons at Denver (Colo.) South High, where he made the Rocky Mountain News All-Colorado first team in 2000 and the Rocky Mountain News Class 5A All-State first team both years. White then enrolled at Chatfield Senior High in Littleton, Colorado. As a junior in 2001, he earned Rocky Mountain News All-Colorado first team and Rocky Mountain News Class 5A All-State first team notice. He rushed for 1,850 yards with 30 TDs, plus had 185 receiving yards with 2 TDs in 2001. Chatfield went 14-0 in 2002 and was the Class 5A champion. His coach at Chatfield was Dave Logan, the former Colorado All-American wide receiver who played in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns.

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