UNC Football Recruiting: Kendarius Webster Gets Early Offer


The North Carolina Tar Heels have talent in the secondary, but it was still one of the issues of their defense last year. Coach Larry Fedora is looking to fix that by recruiting secondary players that suit his unique defensive scheme.

Nov 10, 2012; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback Bryn Renner (2) hand the ball off to running back A.J. Blue (15) in the first half at Kenan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Fedora reached out early and made an offer to 6’0″, 185-pound Kendarius Webster.

The Stockbridge, Georgia native is expecting to see offers begin to come in from schools across the nation. Fedora was impressed and wanted to make it clear he wants Webster in Chapel Hill, hence the early offer.

In his junior season he had 38 tackles, an interception and several forced fumbles all in a season that he missed five games because of an injury. All of that was impressive enough that he was selected to play in the Georgia Rising Seniors game.

Other than the offer and his interest in the Tar Heels, Webster also has interest in: Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Vanderbilt.

Webster hopes to see offers rolling in more often at the end of this month with a trip to the Crimson Tide Junior Day coming up next month. He already has attended the Junior Day at Georgia and Vanderbilt.

Webster and his mother were impressed early on with their trip to Vanderbilt.