MJ Webb is fresh off a visit to Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights camp, and that visit couldn’t have gone better for the Buckeyes.
Webb, a 4-star defensive end from Morgan County High School, now considers Ohio State in his group of leaders.
“I enjoyed it a lot,” Webb told the AJC. “It was my first time flying to Ohio. I really loved being with the coaches. They told me that I could fit into their defensive line very well if I end up going there.”
Along with the Buckeyes, the 2017 prospect has Florida State, Clemson and Auburn as his leaders right now.
The 6-foot-3, 260-pounder does have an offer from UGA, but the Bulldogs haven’t made him a priority, he says.
For UGA to get into the conversation to land the No. 21 overall prospect in the state in next year’s class, Webb explains what the Bulldogs need to do in the video below.