"It was a whole lot of fun," Webb said. "I was down there chillin with guys like Tavares Gooden, Antrel Rolle, and Andre Caldwell. That's Miami I mean so of course we're going to have a good time and everything but the visit really gave me a chance to see Miami up close and personal, more than before."
The standout defensive back said he was very impressed with the football facilities.
"Everything was straight with that," he said. "Everything's real big and new. For a player, it's everything you need. But they was telling me that I still need to work real hard and that's what I plan on doing."
Webb said the highlight of his visit was meeting with UM players and interacting with them throughout the weekend.
"Those guys are determined," he said. "Everyone knows they got all the talent but they work hard. And after the loss, they're hungry too. They're going to be pretty good."
Webb said he has narrowed his decision down to Miami and Florida.
"I'm gonna have to make it soon," he said. "There's a lot to like about both of them and the decision's tougher than I thought it would be."
Webb compared the two programs.
Miami - "That was my team growing up. My dad likes them a lot and they give me a great chance to win and go to the league."
Florida - "They're closer to home and I think I can play real early. They need corners."
The talented defensive back will use the next few days to sit down and really think his decision over.
Webb Enjoys UM Visit
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