"I had a minor tear in my rotator cuff," Webster-Chan said Monday. "It's gotten way better and I'm starting to play now. It was very hard for me to be out and missing games."
Webster-Chan missed six games because of the injury, but said Monday that his shoulder felt 90-95 percent better. A versatile 6-foot-6 forward from the Class of 2012 who committed early to Louisville coach Rick Pitino last month, Webster-Chan said his decision has allowed to focus entirely on improving his skills on the basketball court.
"Since I committed to Louisville it's been a whole bunch of weight off my shoulders and I don't have to worry about [recruiting] now," Webster Chan said. "All I have to focus on is high school basketball and getting prepared for Louisville."
Webster-Chan said he's working to improve all aspects of his game.
"I want to improve everything. I'm not just working on one thing," Webster-Chan said. "I want to fill up the stat sheet when I get to Louisville. I want to do everything."
Webster-Chan also addressed false rumors that were recently spread about his recruitment via Twitter.
"People were spreading rumors that I am shaky in my commitment," Webster-Chan said. "I'm not shaky at all. I'm 100 percent going to Louisville right now."
Now, Webster-Chan will try to guide Rob Fulford's Huntington Prep team to a successful season.
"We're trying to make it to the ESPN Rise Showcase," Webster-Chan said. "That's our major [goal]."