NJ DT Greg Webb Decommits From Penn State, Commits To North Carolina

Mike Farrell, national recruiting analyst for Rivals.com, has reported that Timber Creek (NJ) DT Greg Webb has flipped his commitment from Penn State to North Carolina.

It is unclear what effect, if any, the Freeh Report and it's related Penn State fallout had on Webb's decision. What is known is that Webb's friend and high school teammate, Dajaun Drennon, has also committed to UNC. You may remember Drennon from Penn State's involvement with the DE. Drennon said that Penn State had stopped recruiting him after they received the commitment of enough defensive ends.

Additionally, Webb's family is reportedly moving from New Jersey to the south, so the flip to UNC isn't too surprising.

We'll have more information as it becomes available. Until then, good luck to Greg and Dajaun, unless and until you meet Penn State on the field.

UPDATE: Just received the following message from Adam Breneman...

Some kids don't like the idea of being different and being a part of something special. It is what is. I'm doing everything I can to try to keep this class together. And at the end of day the kids we have are the ones that stood up for this university when the world frowned upon it. And that's something that Penn Staters should be proud off.


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