Three-star Anaheim (Calif.) Servite cornerback Tre Webb has been high on San Jose State and recently took an unofficial visit to the University to get a better feel for the school. He attended the Spartans’ homecoming game versus San Diego State, which resulted in a 30-7 loss for SJSU.
“I went to the bookstore and got a shirt, but didn’t get to do much sight seeing or anything like that,” Webb said of the trip. “I got to see the facilities, talk with the coaches - primarily Donte, go on the field. The game didn’t go as I thought it would but it was still a fun experience. I like the way they played. They played hard so it’s all good.”
His discussions with defensive backs coach Donte Williams were about where he would fit in the Spartans’ secondary. At 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds, he fits the mold of what Williams likes as a defensive back who can play a variety of positions.
“We talked about what role he envisions I could have on the team,” Webb said. “He likes my versatility. He said he would probably start me out at safety and then move me along to corner to learn all the positions in the secondary.”
When we last caught up with Webb in September, SJSU was his only offer. Now his offer sheet includes Idaho on the list, as well as added interest from California, Hawaii, Texas Tech, UCLA, and UNLV among others.
“It’s been going really good,” Webb said of his recruitment process. “I was recently offered by Idaho and I’m getting a lot of interest from Mountain West and Pac-12 schools, along with Texas Tech from the Big 12. I’ve got to keep playing and see how the season ends up.”
Webb has an official visit scheduled with SJSU in December, plans to visit Idaho and said he will visit any school who offers.
“I’m trying to set up my official right now, I really like the DB coach there,” Webb said of Idaho. “We’re building good relationship. Just waiting for my official to see how the school looks.”