Devin White hasn't played an NFL down yet, but the former LSU linebacker and elite draft prospect is already living his best life.
White announced his decision to turn pro in January, and has since hired an agent and is in the process of preparing for the NFL draft.
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So thankful for the sacrifices that you made for me, you always went without so I could have the nicest things, this is a appreciation gift, It do not amount to all the things you have done for me but you do deserve it, Enjoy and I love you with everything in me ♥️🙏🏾🤠 pic.twitter.com/rYouIO29Ch— DEVIN WHITE 4️⃣0️⃣ (@DevinWhite__40) February 10, 2019
White said during the interview Monday that his mother attended each of his collegiate games and that the car was a way of thanking her for her sacrifices for him.
In addition to the extra luxuries he's been able to afford, White was asked about what the process has been like since turning pro.
"At the end of the day, I feel like I made a great decision and I'm all in on the NFL combine," White said.
White said the LSU program conditioned him for the rigors of being a professional athlete and now he has more time to fully commit to training. He said he's four classes away from his degree and that he intends to take online classes in the spring to complete his education.
White said LSU assistant coach Dave Aranda encouraged him to turn pro since his draft stock was so high.
"I feel like I was already a pro at LSU," White said. "LSU made me into the man I am today."
During the interview, White also answered a fan submitted question about which NFL player he's most excited to tackle at the next level.
In a playful moment comment, White picked former Tiger teammate and Louisiana native Leonard Fournette and said he's texted him since making his decision to go pro.
Fournette is now a running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
"I told him if I don't end up on the Jags I'm gonna put a good lick on him," White said.
You can listen to White's interview with 104.5 here.