Webster was surprised by his most recent offer that came from the Red Raiders.
"It was good (to get the offer)," Webster said of receiving the Tech offer. "It was a surprise me. They were just sending me some stuff in the mail."
The Red Raiders want to get Webster to visit Lubbock in the near future. Another program hoping Webster will visit is Texas A&M, who Webster spoke with Monday evening.
"I talked to coach Anderson from A&M and he wants to come up there to one of their spring practices," he said. "I'm going to try to get down there."
Webster admits that the Aggies, who were the first to offer, are among his two early leaders.
"It's one of them, TCU is the other," he said of his favorites. "It's just them two so far. They're neck and neck."
Webster was one of hundreds of prospects who made their way to Valley Ranch a few weeks ago to participate in the Nike Football Training Camp. Although he enjoyed the camp experience, Webster was nursing a groin injury he suffered the day before at a track meet and couldn't participate in most of the drills.
"It was good, I was kind of mad though because I couldn't workout," he finished.
Webster was named district 15-3A Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for 1,854 yards and 21 scores in 2011.