Webster May Move Up Commitment Schedule

Standout running back Corion Webster of Atlanta, Texas, was north of the Red River in Stillwater this past Saturday. Webster watched and spent his time speaking with all of the Oklahoma State coaches, including running backs coach Jemal Singleton, as the Cowboys coaching staff hosted a half-day minicamp.

"It went good," said Webster of the unofficial visit. "It is a nice place, and I really liked being around and talking to all the coaches. It is all pretty nice," added Webster of all the facilities he saw while being taken on a tour.

Webster is 5-11 1/2, 190 pounds with excellent speed, and when you watch him on video it's easy to see he has excellent vision with burst to take a five-yard run and break it open. He is equally comfortable running in space as he is running inside or just off tackle.

He had to do it a lot of ways as evidenced last season by 220 carries for 1,865 yards with an 8.5 yards per carry average and 24 touchdowns. Webster is aiming for another season much like it or better. It was in the middle of that season that he planned on letting everybody know where he will take his game for college.

"I was going to announce in the middle of the season, but I'm thinking I may move that up to the beginning of the season," said Webster, claiming he has three top schools right now to separate. "It is TCU, Arkansas and Oklahoma State, my top three schools."

There is still plenty of summer to go as Webster keeps collecting attention and offers, so that list could grow. It appears none of the schools Webster listed are going to back down. This could be a pretty spirited recruiting battle for one of the top backs in Texas.

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