Duxbury's Webber taking visits

ESPN's Roger Brown checks in today with Duxbury junior wide receiver Don Webber, who is taking visits to three Division 1 schools in Virginia this week.

The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Webber -- who reportedly runs a 40-yard dash in 4.44 seconds -- is set to visit Richmond, Virginia and William & Mary this week. He told Brown he was at Boston College's spring game last weekend, and says he will "definitely" be attending camps at BC, Brown and Harvard.

This past fall, Webber set a school receiving record with 52 catches for 921 yards and 10 touchdowns, for an average of 17.7 yards per catch, as the Green Dragons went 13-0 and captured the Division 2A Super Bowl title. He could be in for an even bigger season this fall.

"He has size and speed that you don't see too often," Duxbury head coach Dave Maimaron told Brown. "Great pair of hands and he's getting better at his route running. I know he has some interest in Cal and that he's sent stuff to Northwestern. He's just looking for a school that offers a good education.

"He's getting a lot of Ivy League interest, but a lot of [FBS] schools are starting to show interest as well. He's getting mail from all the Top 20 schools in the country. I think he's gonna have a tough decision to make."

For more recruiting updates on New England's top high school football talent, be sure to check out Brown's blog.