And while Webster isn't at the top of his game, he's working on shedding the rust of four months off the court, the result of a broken foot suffered late in his high school season.
"I didn't play much at all - only times I've touched the court is a couple pick-up games . I've been training a lot more than I've been playing," he said.
Part of that training has included bulking up. The once 195-pound wing a couple years ago has put on a considerable amount of weight.
"I'm at 235 [pounds] - and I'm not going to get any bigger than this," said the 6-6 rising senior from Seattle.
There has been little national coverage of Webster by recruiting sites over the past year - partly because he doesn't answer the phone and partly because there's the perception that he's going to commit to Arizona.
"They are my highest interest right now, but I haven't taken a visit yet so we'll see how it plays out," Webster said. "I just like the style Lute [Olson] plays. Not too much strategy - it's pretty simple.
He plans on visiting Arizona once school begins in the fall, and a commitment to the Wildcats shortly thereafter is a distinct possibility.
"Yeah, there's a chance." Webster said. "If I get a gut feeling then I'll go with that, but if not I'll sit down after I take all my visits and see what fits me the best. Right now it's Arizona, but things change."