By Matt Breen and Phil Anastasia
INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Greg Webb, a former four-star recruit from Timber Creek, has flipped his oral commitment from Rutgers to Temple.
The 6-foot-1, 312-pound defensive lineman signed with North Carolina in February of 2013. Webb redshirted his freshman season and transferred in July to Hutchinson Community College in Kansas. He will be eligible for the Owls next season.
The news was first reported by NJ.com. Webb visited Temple over the weekend and committed to the Owls coaches on Tuesday.
Webb played in 12 games this season for Hutchinson. He totaled 48 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks. The Blue Dragons finished as fourth in the final junior college rankings.
Webb was a U.S. Army All-American at Timber Creek and received scholarship offers from Alabama, Florida State, Miami, Ohio State, Penn State, and others. He orally committed to Penn State but switched to North Carolina in the summer before his senior year. Webb missed the first two months of his senior season with a torn ACL. He racked up 94 tackles and 13 sacks as a junior.