Brian White is in his first season at the University of Notre Dame as the graduate assistant for the Irish offense. White came to Notre Dame from the University of Maryland where he had worked with the football program since 2006.
This past season White served as a staff intern with the Terrapins before serving as the interim special teams and tight ends coach during the month of December and for the Humanitarian Bowl. White's special teams unit featured a 99-yard kickoff return for touchdown, setting a bowl record, and helped Maryland defeat Nevada 42-35.
White was a graduate assistant during the 2006 and 2007 seasons when he worked closely with the scout teams and was a member of the offensive coaching staff, focusing on the offensive line and running backs.
Prior to his stint at Maryland, White spent two seasons at Hargrave Military Academy, a college prep academy in Chatham, Va., serving as offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. White recruited the East Coast and organized an annual college showcase combine that attracted over 300 coaches.
A native of Oakland, N.J., White was born June 29, 1982, and is a 2004 graduate of Juniata College where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in history. He received a master's degree in special education from Maryland in 2008.