As an amateur back in 2009, unbeaten propect Whyte (8-0) recorded a comprehensive victory over Olympic champion Anthony Joshua. Having sparred Haye, Dereck Chisora and Vitali Klitschko, Whyte was about to challenge for domestic honours last year before before failing a drugs test. He is suspended from competition until 12 October, 2014.
Reading's former British champion Sprott (37-20) is highly experienced, and has faced the likes of Kubrat Pulev, Edmund Gerber, Alexander Dimitrenko and Robert Helenius in his last few fights.
Tyson's uncle, Peter Fury, told World Boxing News: "It's a good atmosphere, they are both really good lads.
"It's no so much the same styles as Haye, they're not the same as Haye - we are using them to work on certain things with Tyson.
"Sprott and White are both top lads and consummate professionals, and that's what boxing is all about."
"They have come in here and are doing the job - It's very good, and I'm very happy."
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