RECRUITING: Webster Sold On Panthers

There has been a lot of discussion as to the strength of Greg Webster's verbal to the University of Pittsburgh. Scout.com caught up with the talented linebacker recently to see if his recent official visit had cemented his status as a future Panther.

Greg Webster a 6-foot-2, 235 pound linebacker from Woodland Hills High in Pittsburgh, Pa. gave his verbal pledge to the hometown Panthers early on in the recruiting process and his recent official visit sealed the deal.

"My visit went great; it was nice down at Pitt. I really had a lot of fun. I really bonded with everyone. We toured all the facilities and saw the field. It was just real nice. Pitt is it, I am not looking at any other schools," Webster said. "I talked to Nate Nix and Dorin Dickerson while I was at the basketball game. We went out to eat together with a few other recruits. I got some guys numbers and am talking to them about Pitt. I am going back down January fifth when some more recruits are coming in."

The Scout.com three-star prospect not only enjoyed hanging with the other incoming recruits, as he was also pleased by his host (H.B. Blades), the facilities, and the coaching staff.

"H.B. was my host, and he was just cool to be around. He answered a lot of questions for me and made me feel really comfortable while I was there," Webster explained.

"The facilities were even better then the first time I was down there. They added on to the weight room and put some Televisions and some couches in."

"I get along with all of the coaches. Coach Junko is really funny, he is like a comedian. Coach Wannstedt is real down to earth. You can just sit down with him and have the longest conversations. I have a good relationship with my position coach (Curtis) Bray as well. I just get along great with the whole staff. It is like a family," Webster exclaimed.


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