Mr. Versatility

Whether he ends up at guard or remains at tackle, at least one of the four offensive line commitments for the class of 2010 doesn't mind playing one position over the other.

OT Reid Webster Profile

Though Reid Webster would prefer to stay at tackle, he told CUTigers that he wouldn't turn down a move to guard if that's what it takes to get on the field at Clemson.

"I'm fine with that…whatever I've got to do to play, that's what I'm going to do," he said.

As a freshman at Etowah High School in Woodstock, G.A., Webster spent about two weeks playing guard during spring practice before moving outside to tackle.

He was in Tigertown for his only official visit this past weekend, hosted by current starting right tackle Landon Walker.

"My favorite part was getting to put my jersey on and run down the hill," Webster said. "It was number 79."

He enjoyed getting to know Walker and spending time with someone who'll be looking to challenge for playing time over the next couple of seasons.

"We played video games and hung out. He's a cool dude," Webster said.

At the end of the visit, he met with coach Dabo Swinney to talk about the upcoming months and what's expected of him.

"He told me not to try and gain too much weight, and then I get here and have to lose it all," Webster said.

He currently weighs about 280 pounds. Top Stories