"It was a good visit," Webster said. "Not anything that new since I know a lot about Miami, but it was a good experience."
The 5-foot-11 180 pounder is one of the top defensive back prospects in the state. He was hosted on the visit by Hurricanes safety Randy Phillips.
"He was cool," Webster said. "He just showed me around and answered any questions."
Webster primarily played linebacker and wide receiver in high school this season. He projects as corner on the college level and he talked about where Miami's coaching staff plans to use him.
"They said I am going to play a lot early," said Webster. "They are going to have me at corner. They only have 3 guys coming back there and the chance is there to play early."
"Miami is the best," said Webster. "All three of the schools have their strengths. I bonded with all the players at all the schools. All the schools want me, but I want to play early so I have to look at which schools have needs at my position and not just who wants me to come."
Webster has recently had a few in-home visits from coaches from West Virginia, South Florida, and Miami.
"Coach Shannon, Doc Holiday, and Coach Leavitt have all passed by recently. They all talked about their schools and where they see me fitting in."
Despite the recent Miami visit, the talented prospect is not ready to put an end to the recruiting process. He says he is not 100-percent decided yet.
"Now that I went to all the schools I have to sit back and think about it. I am going to make my decision on signing day. I will have a press conference at my school to announce where I am going."