- Jared Shanker, ESPN Staff Writer
Clairton, Pa., receiver Terrish Webb was often overshadowed this season by teammates Tyler Boyd and Titus Howard, but Webb was instrumental all season in helping the Bears to setting several records.
Webb ended his high school career Friday with a 63rd straight win and fourth state title. Webb lost just one game -- his first -- while at Clairton.
"We didn’t forget about that loss," he said. "This feels so good to know I won four state championships. That never happened in Clairton."
Counting the four WPIAL championships, Webb and the senior class have eight total championships.
"That just blows my mind how many championships we won," he said. "I'm very proud of my team."
As far as his recruitment goes, things began to change for Webb on Nov. 25, when Pitt offered him a scholarship following a dominant performance in the Class A WPIAL championship.
He was committed to Kent State, but he said Friday he has decommitted.
"I'm no longer committed to Kent State," he said. "I'm looking into that Pitt offer and Toledo."
Both programs are working on getting Webb on campus for an official visit. With Pitt being just a short drive away and teammate Titus Howard committed to the Panthers, Webb said he is a Pitt lean.
"One of my teammates and close friends Titus is going there," Webb said, "So that influenced me again."