Gardena (Calif.) Serra coach Scott Altenberg recently called Gregory Webb one of his best returning wide receivers and that's saying something because Serra could be the state's top team next season.
Finally, the 6-foot-1, 186-pound prospect who looked good at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles has landed his first offer from San Jose State.
It came as a complete surprise.
"They came to practice last week and they offered me as an athlete," Webb said.
"It was actually a surprise. The coach came up before and he came to see just how big I was and he talked to me and introduced himself. That was it.
"I wasn't expecting an offer. He came back like a week later to one of our practices, I didn't even know he was coming and he offered me."
San Jose State gets Webb on the board but many other offers could be on the way especially after the Serra standout works out at numerous college camps in the next few months.
Webb's schedule is loaded and he's even looking for other open dates to show coaches he can play at the highest level.
"I think I'm going to the Colorado, UCLA and USC camps for sure and I know for sure I'm going to the Utah camp and the Portland State camp," Webb said. "I could be going to some other camps, too. I just have to check on it."
Because Serra is so loaded with Division I prospects, it's given Webb the chance to meet many college coaches during the spring evaluation period.
The three-star prospect said he's had conversations with Miami, Utah, Oregon State, BYU and UCLA and he's hopeful things could pick up even more as his senior season gets closer.