Webster helped the Rabbits improve from a 1-9 mark in 2010 to 5-6 in 2011. On the year Webster amassed over 2,000 yards of total offense and 21 scores and was named district 15-3A offensive MVP. Of those total yards, 1,854 came on the ground.
Webster's recruitment is beginning to pick up steam. Although he doesn't hold an offer to date, he's receiving strong interest from Missouri, Arkansas, Texas A&M and TCU among others. Webster will visit College Station this weekend to attend the Aggies junior day.
Atlanta head coach Matt McClure spoke highly of his prized running back and why he feels teams are interested.
"Speed, his top end speed is his biggest threat," McClure said. "You've seen his highlights, his long runs are numerous. He's a big kid, real strong, 5-foot-11, 190-pounds, I think he'll play next year at 200. He's a tough guy to tackle. He also ran the third leg of our sprint relay which finished 2nd in 3A last year."
Coach McClure says a few teams have showed interest in Webster and feels that once one team decides to offer, others will soon be following.
"It's been busy to a point, we had a defensive end that went to Missouri so they've been calling here about Corion," he said. "It has been busy. I've talked to Coach Anderson and he came through and saw Corion and liked him because he's a big good looking kid. It's one of those deals that once somebody offers, it's going to snowball."
For Webster, he says a few teams are sticking out early on.
"I like Arkansas, TCU, Texas Tech, Missouri," Webster said. "Arkansas is my favorite for now; I think I can fit in up there. I'd like to get invited to the junior day. TCU is cool too."