One of the top offensive linemen for the class of 2010 in Georgia visited Clemson Monday for the morning session of Dabo Swinney's annual football camp, and by all accounts, the trip was a huge success.
Reid Webster, the No. 64 offensive tackle in the country according to Scout.com told CUTigers.com after his trip he thought he performed extremely well.
"It went great," he said. "I thought I did really good and I learned a lot about the position you are supposed to take when pass blocking. Overall it went really well. I felt like I learned a lot and learned more about Clemson."
Now claiming offers from over 15 schools, Webster said he may have done well enough to earn a scholarship offer from the orange and white.
"I don't have a formal offer yet," he said. "But Coach Napier was taking us around the West Zone after the morning practice and he said one could be coming. They are going to sit down as a staff after the camps and figure all of that out."
Webster recently added formal offers from Florida State and N.C. State within the past two weeks.
As far as what stood out to him the most from his one day trip to Tigertown, the West Zone enhancements and just learning more about Clemson top his list.
"That was the first time I've been able to see the top floors [of the West Zone] and that was impressive," Webster said. "I don't really have a top five yet but I have some schools that I think are above the others.
"Clemson is definitely one of those schools along with Miami, Ole Miss and FSU."
Lastly, Webster added he also enjoyed working out with a familiar face on Monday ... fellow prospect Morgan Bailey.
"I see that guy everywhere I go," he said. "It's like we are going everywhere pretty much at the same time so we talked some today and he seems like a pretty good guy."
Next up for Webster is a Saturday trip to Athens, Ga. to check on the Georgia Bulldogs.