CLAIRTON, Pa. -- Another member of Clairton (Pa.) High School’s “Killer Ts” has made his commitment.
Receiver Terrish Webb verbally pledged to Kent State on Monday, choosing the Golden Flashes over offers from Akron and Arkansas State.
“When I first went up there (in June) it felt like home,” Webb said Tuesday. “It felt like somewhere I could be the next four years of my life.”
When Webb visited Kent State, he was immediately impressed with the facilities. What stood out most is the indoor practice facility, as Webb looks forward to being inside there during the frigid Northeast Ohio winters.
“They had this indoor facility, and I ain’t a big fan of the cold weather, and the coach was telling me when it gets cold, the head coach isn’t a big fan of the weather so he likes to go inside,” Webb said.
The staff told Webb that with a few receivers moving on at the end of the year, he could break into the rotation as a freshman.
Pittsburgh, Rutgers and West Virginia showed interest in Webb, and depending on who offers between now and signing day, Webb could once again look at his options.
“As of now I’m pretty solid but if I was to get more offers it might make me reconsider,” he said.
The other members of the “Killer Ts” are Webb’s teammate Titus Howard, a three-star cornerback committed to Pitt, and four-star teammate Tyler Boyd, a member of the ESPN 300 and looking to cut his list soon.