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This current Clemson verbal commitment has made it to every game on the Tigers' 2009 schedule so far.

Clemson verbal commit and Woodstock (GA)-Etowah HS offensive tackle Reid Webster reaffirms his commitment to the Tigers every game day in Tigertown.

After committing way back in June, Webster has made all three Clemson home games this fall and even the away game at Georgia Tech. He plans to make almost every game in Death Valley this year and has no intentions of going anywhere else for visits. His commitment to the orange and purple remains as firm in late September as it was the day he made it.

"I went up there and I just felt like it was a place that I'd like to go to school," he said. "I went to a few other schools and they all had their little things. But I felt like Clemson had the total package and that's where I wanted to be."

CUTigers recently caught up get Webster about the four Clemson games this year.

Middle Tennessee: I thought the team looked really good. The game was intense. I love all the fans up there. It's really cool going to the games and seeing them into it.

Georgia Tech: I actually got to go to the game but we left at halftime because I had a game the next day. I got home probably halfway through the third quarter. They just started coming back when I got home. I was really impressed with the comeback. I thought they played really good.

Boston College: I've played in a game where we've had one lightning delay but I've never seen two lightning delays in one game before. We left somewhere during the third quarter.

Texas Christian: I didn't go into the meeting room or anything because I've done it all before. I went on the field and watched the warm-ups. It started raining around halftime so I left after that.

Right now, Etowah is 3-2 with the heavy part of its schedule out of the way.

"As long as we play up to our potential we should win out the rest of the season and get like a second or third seed in the playoffs," Webster said. "If we can put everything together, I think we can go really far."

The three-star prospect is also listed as the No. 65 ranked offensive tackle in the country.

Webster had over a dozen scholarship offers prior to his commitment including full rides from Florida State, Miami, Wake Forest and Vanderbilt. Top Stories