Tonight, we’re taking the Cover2 time machine back to 1994, when Farrington’s Josh White was as dominant as Bo Jackson in Tecmo Bowl.
Hawaii football fans couldn’t believe their eyes as the player who was blind in his left eye was a must-see moment every time he touched the ball.
With 24 touchdowns in 12 games as a senior, the player nicknamed Zeus was a one-man thunder-and-lightning, bench pressing 355 pounds while being clocked with a 4.6-second 40-yard dash.
Following his prep days, White played collegiately at the University of California, Berkeley before a very successful arena football career.
After starring for the Hawaiian Islanders at the Blaisdell Center, White became an AFL All-Star, finishing his career with 58 touchdowns between 2002 and 2010.
Today, White is a proud father and grandfather who is still very much involved in football. He helps coach the Metro Tigers youth program where his son is an all-star.