OT Reid Webster Profile
Webster and the rest of the Etowah High School (Woodstock, Ga.) seniors graduate go through graduation exercises Friday night. While finishing up his work in the classroom, Webster has also been preparing himself for future on the football field.
"I've been doing a lot of working out and running. I'm ready to graduate and get out on my own," he said. "They sent me a workout program a few months back…it's lifting four days a week and running four days a week."
The program is already paying dividends for the Scout.com three-star rated, No. 62 ranked offensive tackle in the class of 2010.
"I feel like I'm getting stronger," Webster said, "I'm a little bigger."
One thing he's been working to improve in the weight room is the hang clean.
"The Clemson workout has me doing a lot of them. They're pretty rough," Webster said.
Before arriving to Clemson, he also hopes to improve his footwork on the field.
"I want to get a little quicker, a little better form when it comes to pass blocking," Webster said.
Academic-wise, he's all good. Webster's qualified and ready to enroll as a student at Clemson later on this summer.
"I'm going to get up there in the beginning of July, I'm not really sure of the date," he said.
One more day until graduation
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