Webster called the trip to College Station a good experience.
"It was a good experience, I really enjoyed it," Webster said. "It's the second time I've been to A&M, the last time I went I was in the 8th grade."
TCU is the next stop for Webster as he and teammate Everett Dickerson plan on making the Sunday junior day. Webster's coach, Matt McClure, feels an offer from the Frogs could be coming Webster's way.
"We're coming down Sunday," Webster said. "I went down there before when I was in 10th grade. I'm coming down with Everett's family.
It's just the tip of the surface for Webster according to Coach McClure, who told HornedFrogBlitz.com last week that once teams offer, it will begin to snowball. Last week when he spoke with McClure, Webster's had no offers and now he's on the verge of three.
Webster has been a star for the Jackrabbits since his freshman year and as a junior he eclipsed 2,000 yards of total offense earning him district 15-3A MVP.
Webster says he isn't too familiar with what the Horned Frogs have to offer. The humble Webster only kept up with the Frogs on T.V. a few times.
"I don't know much (about them) but I watch a little bit of their games," Webster said.
Webster will head to Arkansas for the Razorbacks junior day next weekend.