Webster's Interest in Bulls Picks Up

Last time we spoke with Kayvon Webster he didn't know much about USF and said he'd probably come for a visit in the fall. 4 weeks have passed and Webster's tone has changed. Find out why Webster is now planning a much earlier visit to check out South Florida. Only on USFNation.com!

A month ago USFNation talked with Kayvon Webster, corner/receiver from Miami Pace about his recent offer from the Bulls. In April Webster had just received a verbal offer and didn't know much about USF except that he'd probably visit there in the fall. Since our last chat with Webster some things have changed. The Bulls have picked up the intensity of their recruitment and Webster is gaining interest.

"I'd say Coach Scott from USF and Coach G (Gillespie) from South Carolina are recruiting me the hardest."

Webster saw Coach Scott at his practice last week and called him that night to talk.

"I call Coach Scott once or twice a week. I try to call all my recruiters once a week and talk about what's going on."

Kayvon said the USF coaches are recruiting him at both corner and wide receiver. They tell him if he picks the Bulls it will be up to him which position he chooses to play. Right now it sounds as if corner is his choice.

"I played linebacker last year and made the switch to corner this spring." Adding, "Playing linebacker helps me play physical with the receivers and I have no problem making open field tackles."

As of now Webster says the only offers that matter are the written ones. In writing he has offers from West Virginia, FIU, Vandy and South Carolina.

"South Florida offered me in writing, they sent it out a few days ago so I should have it soon."

Last time we talked with Kayvon he said he wouldn't be in Tampa for a visit until the fall. That too has changed – Webster now plans on attending USF's one-day camp in late June.

"This summer I'm going to the USF camp, LSU, UM and maybe Auburn."

Stick with USFNation for more updates on Kayvon Webster and the rest of the '09 class.


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