Webb Hearing From Four

Pickens quarterback/safety R.J. Webb has had a busy summer with camp stops at Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Furman. He clocked an outstanding forty-yard dash time of 4.5-seconds at a combine in May.

ATH R.J. Webb
6-3, 190, 4.5
Pickens High School
Pickens, South Carolina

"All the camps went pretty good," said the 6-foot-3, 190 pounder. "At the Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech and USC camps they were working me out at quarterback. Clemson, Georgia and Georgia Tech also worked me out at defensive back. I did pretty well and the coaches said they would be watching my film."

Webb passed for over 400 yards and five touchdowns and had over 200 yards receiving and one touchdown. On defense, he racked up over 30 tackles and one interception.

Webb has received interest from college recruiters from all over the Southeast.

"I get mail from Clemson, USC, Georgia, and Florida everyday. I would have to say Clemson and USC are the closest to offering me."

Webb has a top three of Clemson, Florida and Georgia.

Clemson: "It's right in my back yard. My cousin (Marion Dukes) plays there and it would be great to have him blocking for me again."

Florida: "The good thing about Florida is the heat. Florida has tradition and it would be great to play at a school with that standard."

Georgia: I like the coaches. They have high goals and morals. They'll push you athletically and academically. It's not too far from home, it's only about two hours away."

Webb is still waiting for his first offers to arrive, which will make an impact on his decision.

"I don't know when I'm going to decide, hopefully everything will start falling into place. Hopefully when it comes time to decide I'll have a couple of offers to choose from or I'll just take the offer I get and go from there."

"The things I'm looking at are first is location, second is academics, and third is how well they do academically."

Webb plans to major in Communication or Business Management. He has a 3.8 GPA and a qualifying score of 950 on the SAT on his first attempt.

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