Pittsburgh (Pa.) linebacker Greg Webster had 64 solo stops among his 134 tackles during his junior season. Webster registered nine sacks and intercepted two passes.
The 6-foot-2 and 225 pound Webster was a starter at defensive end his sophomore year before moving to inside linebacker for his junior season. Though Webster will likely play inside linebacker in college, a move back to the edge at the next level is not out of the question.
"Pitt, West Virginia, Virginia, and Connecticut all offered," Webster said. "I'm looking at all four.
"I'm looking at whoever comes along. Iowa, North Carolina, Kansas State, Boston College, Illinois, Minnesota, there's a couple more.
"Virginia and Minnesota called. Toledo called. West Virginia called.
"I went to Pitt's spring game and a couple spring practices. I went to Virginia.
"I might go to a couple camps in the summer, but I'm not sure which ones.
"My favorite schools are the ones that offered. But I think I'll wait till after the season and take my official visits."