Hawkins is accused of arranging for UNC players to meet with at least two agents, including Schaffer and Kevin Conner of Universal Sports Management in Atlanta.
Hawkins is also accused of arranging for players to make trips to Atlanta and Las Vegas to meet with potential agents.
White has not been involved in the NCAA Investigation, but Kendric Burney did serve a six game suspension for receiving $1,333 in benefits, primarily trips to California, Atlanta and Las Vegas.
Also of note, sources say Schaffer is one of the agents who received a letter of inquiry from NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall who is investigating whether NFL agents broke state laws through inappropriate contact with players at UNC.
When contacted about the deals, All Pro Sports & Entertainment told ABC11, "We have no comment at this time." Sources say the NFL Players Association has not yet received any paperwork from APSE Inc. ESPN's Mel Kiper has Burney among the Top 100 NFL Prospects, ranked No. 85 overall. White is listed No. 45 among running backs.