Decision Coming Soon For Webster-Chan

Huntington (WV) Prep 2012 basketball prospect Negus Webster-Chan made his official visit to the University of Missouri over the weekend and discusses the visit, his top two teams, and the timeline for his decision.

One of a trio of visitors hosted over the weekend by Coach Haith's Missouri Tigers, 2012 SF Negus Webster-Chan 6'7" Huntington (WV) Prep, took time following his return to West Virginia to visit with Webster-Chan talked about his Missouri visit, and he updated us on his recruitment.

"(My visit) was great! I liked it a lot," said Webster-Chan, talking about his Missouri visit.

Webster-Chan said that he and his good friend, Stefan Jankovic, played in some pick-up games with the Missouri players during their visit.

He talked about that experience.

"It was a real good time," said Webster-Chan. "I got to go up against Kim English, Marcus Denmon, Matt Pressey, and all of those guys. They're real good players. (Phil Pressey) is a great point guard! He knows how to find the open guy. He knows what he's doing."

Webster-Chan was surprised to see the size of the campus, and the size of the crowd at the football game. He said that he didn't know that Missouri was "that big". He said of the facilities, that there's "everything you could ask for".

Webster-Chan has narrowed his school choices down to Iowa State and Missouri.

"Right now, Iowa State and Missouri are at the top of my list," said Webster-Chan, who said that he visited Iowa State two weeks ago.

"I feel like (Missouri) is a perfect fit for me," said Webster-Chan. "I could play there under Coach Haith."

Webster-Chan talked about what it would be like to play with his friend, Stefan Jankovic, in college.

"That would actually be a great thing for us," said Webster-Chan, talking about the prospect of the two Huntington Prep teammates playing together in college.

Webster-Chan said that he and Jankovic will "have to talk it over", to see if they'll continue their basketball careers together at Missouri.

Webster-Chan described himself as primarily a perimeter player. He is planning to sign in November.

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