4-star DT Webb Talks Health, UNC

GLASSBORO, N.J. -- It was an injury-filled senior season for North Carolina commit Greg Webb, but he made it on the field for Timber Creek Regional High's (Erial, N.J.) state title game. Afterward, he talked about his health, and whether any other schools are trying to recruit him.

Timber Creek Regional High (Erial, N.J.) four-star defensive tackle Greg Webb's frustrating season ended in euphoria when the Chargers beat Kingsway High (Woolwich, N.J.) 57-27 in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group IV final.

Webb, who is 6-foot-1, 320 pounds and committed to North Carolina, missed the first two months as he recovered from a torn ACL injury. But a few weeks later he suffered a sprained ankle and missed more time.

However, he return to field for the title game, and was a force in limited action in the run game. He was able to get off the ball quickly and plug the middle of the defensive line to help shut down Kingsway's offense.

After the game, Webb spoke about his season, his love for North Carolina, and whether other schools continue to recruit him.


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