Webster Ready to Make Impact

Webster Ready to Make Impact


Webster Ready to Make Impact


As a Tiger fan it seems like many years one of the biggest questions is the offensive line. For 2010 the line appears to be a strength. The Clemson coaching staff is trying to make the offensive line one of their strengths in the coming years.

This year Clemson has brought in four offensive linemen one of which is the 6’5” 285 lbs. tackle Reid Webster.

“I know the guys up there right now are working really hard, I hope I can come in and help change things,” said Webster.

The future Tiger says he is having a good summer and is really excited to get to Clemson. The coaches have told him to stay in shape and be ready when he gets to Clemson so he has been running and working out a lot and “trying to get bigger faster and stronger.”

The top lineman has taken a different approach than many other recruits when it comes to setting goals for himself, he believes that if he comes in and works hard the right things will happen. “I just want to come in and work hard, if I do well that’s great, if I don’t do well then it’s not going to kill me,” said Webster.

Reid, who will be majoring in marketing or management, said that right now he is slotted in as the 3rd string but would really like to make the travel squad.



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