Jason White, who retired from the NFL in 2009, has since diversified into many businesses in Oklahoma. He is the face of Air Comfort Solutions, a company that offers plumbing, heating and air conditioning services. He also starred in a Nissan commercial and lives in Tuttle, Oklahoma. His net worth is estimated at six figures. White is involved in community activities, in addition to his business interests.
During his collegiate career, White won the Heisman Trophy in 2003 and was named a finalist the following year. White led the Sooners to consecutive BCS National Championship games and was the all-time leader for passing yards and touchdowns. White has fallen from the top 10 most prolific passers. Landry Jones has now passed White in the stats department.
He won the starting job in 2001 when Nate Hybl was injured in the first quarter of the Sooners’ game against Texas. However, the injured Hybl did not return to the game and White won it. In his first career as a starter, White was 16-of-23 for 108 yards and threw four touchdown passes to tight end Trent Smith. However, his stardom was short-lived. White had to sit out the following season because of an ACL injury.
White’s greatest accomplishment in college football is the Heisman Trophy. Despite a weakened knee, he was able to throw for 3,744 yards and 40 touchdowns, with just eight interceptions. In his first season as a starter, White led the Sooners to an undefeated regular season. White was also named consensus Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year. He was also awarded the Davey O’Brien Award and the Associated Press Player Award. Despite his declining health, he was able to beat Eli Manning for The Heisman Trophy.
White was a Heisman Trophy recipient, but he did not make the NFL Draft. However, he did receive a tryout from the Kansas City Chiefs. White was not signed by the team and he retired from the NFL in 2005. His sports career earned him his net worth. A few years later, White retired and moved to Tuttle, an Oklahoman community of around 6,000 people.
White was a viable Heisman trophy candidate, despite his absence of Heisman Trophy moments. He led No. He led Oklahoma’s victory over Texas at No. Despite the exhausting practice schedule, White was still a viable Heisman candidate. White’s achievements are honored by a statue outside the stadium. In the process, his net worth has risen to the level of a professional basketball player.
The Oklahoma quarterback is credited with creating a new style of football for the Sooners. White has been a great football player, but the Oklahoma team has also benefited greatly from his athletic abilities. White was the Sooners’ starter in 2002. His starter, Nate Hybl was hurt in 2001. White started three games after Hybl’s injury. Unfortunately, White’s season ended prematurely when he sustained an ACL tear in his left knee.