After picking up his first two offers two weeks ago, 2013 defensive tackle Greg Webb of Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek recently added two more. Next up for Webb is an unofficial visit to one of the schools that have offered, plus a few summer camps that he is piecing together.
"Michigan State and UCF have offered," said Webb, who was previously offered by UConn and Syracuse.
While the offers are new, Webb has already done some research on both schools.
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"With Michigan State, I love the school's history and the location in East Lansing," said Webb. "With UCF, I'm fond of the state and the school's size. It's the second largest university in the nation."
Since receiving his first two offers, Webb has had a chance to speak to both of those coaching staffs.
"At Syracuse, I love the defensive state-of-mind coach has and how he likes to have a dominant front line," said Webb. "At UConn, it seems like coach is about building up and making a good team better, and he's also about his kids."
Next up for Webb is a possible trip to UConn this weekend.
"I hope to see how everything functions and get a good perspective of what college is really like," said Webb.
When it comes to summer camps, Webb has three lined up so far.
"I'll be going to Boston College, UConn and as a team we're going to Penn State," said Webb.
At these camps, Webb is eager to showcase his talents to the coaching staffs.
"I want to prove that I'm as good as people think I am," said Webb. "I want to show them that I can be an All-American and to show them that I work hard and that I never give up."