Joe Gaiter: What does football mean to you?
Rod White:Football means the world to me. I been playing this game since I was 5 years old, I grew up in a football house my dad played and he been coaching ever since I was born and my younger brother also plays in college .
Joe Gaiter: Describe how you play your position on the field?
 
Rod White: I play my position with knowledge. I don’t always have to use my athletic ability to beat my opponent.
 
Joe Gaiter: How will you elevate your game to the next level?
 
Rod White: I will elevate my game to the next level the only way I know how and that is to work on everything each and everyday. My friends and I have a saying we don’t work out, we out work so I just try to as hard as I can.
 
Joe Gaiter: What are your biggest strengths on the field?
 
Rod White: One of my strengths on the field would be my football knowledge, I can tell you what route a receiver will run and what play will come in certain situations. I also believe my versatility is a strength. I can play any position is the secondary and play it at a high level.
 
Joe Gaiter: Explain your stats from the last year?
 
Rod White: I finished with 52 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 4 interceptions, 14 pass breaks up, 18 total passes defended.
 
Joe Gaiter: Why should any NFL team give you a chance?
 
Rod White:: A NFL team should give me a chance because I’m a hardworking player that will do what is asked of him. I also can pick up a system very well and know what everybody on the defense should be doing.
 
Joe Gaiter: Who is your favorite player in the NFL and why?
 
Rod White: Ed Reed is my overall favorite player because he a is ball hawk and growing up he was a big name player on my favorite team.
 
Joe Gaiter: What has been your biggest accomplishment so far as a player?
 
Rod White: My biggest accomplishment has been winning conference player of the week last season after a game where I had 7 tackles and 2 interceptions. 
 
Joe Gaiter: Have you learned about yourself in your college football career?
 
Rod White: I learned that I have a very good knowledge of the game. I can play against anybody that lines up in front me from any position which also helped me learn about my versatility.
 
Joe Gaiter: Describe how you play your position on the field?
 
Rod White: I play my position with knowledge. I don’t always have to use my athletic ability to beat my opponent.
 
Joe Gaiter: What will you miss most about West Liberty?
 
Rod White: My teammates and my defensive coaches.
 
Joe Gaiter: What is your major and how will you use it after you graduate?
Rod White: Psychology and I plan on helping people and understanding why people do the things they do.