Bryce Webster Continues to Get High Major Interest

Bryce Webster, a 6-9 junior center from Mendota Heights (MN) St. Thomas Academy, continues to draw a big crowds from some of the top programs at his games and practices. Kansas assistant Joe Dooley made a visit to the Cadets' practice on Monday and Notre Dame is expected to come up next week.

Bryce Webster scored nine points in The Cadets' 51-44 win over Simley last Tuesday as Marquette head coach Tom Crean, Iowa assistant Greg Lansing and Michigan State assistant Doug Wojcik watched. Webster had 23 points, 14 rebounds and six blocked shots in their 66-36 win over South St. Paul.

Webster sat out the first two games of the season to concentrate on his academics, but has played well since his return. He is averaging 20.8 points per game.

Webster, one of the top big men from the Class of 2006, has received over 50 scholarship offers, including recent offers from Kansas and Cincinnati. Webster averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds per game for the Cadets as a sophomore, who finished 17-10 last season. Webster played in the Nike All-American Camp and with the Howard Pulley AAU team this spring and summer. St. Thomas Academy is currently 3-4 this season and faces Benilde St. Margaret Tuesaday in thier own tournament.

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