HUNTINGTON, WV– 2012 prospect Negus Webster-Chan has accomplished a great deal at the tender age of 18. He has travelled North America and the world showcasing his skill and athletic ability on the basketball court.
The former Louisville commit has played for the Canadian national program, CIA BOUNCE on the AAU circuit, and is currently completing his senior year at Huntington Prep.
He is one the most highly touted and sought-after High School basketball recruits in North America for the class of 2012.
On Friday October 7, 2011, Webster-Chan will make his commitment to the university of his choice official.
NWC is a 6’7 guard from Scarborough, Ontario Canada with the range and natural athletic ability that sets him above many of his competitors. His natural feel for the game and uncanny ability to create opportunities for others on the court, coupled with his knack for scoring and defending, has garnered the interest of many of America’s most prestigious programs.
Several high-major NCAA Division 1 schools have been vying for the title of calling Webster-Chan their own, and on Friday he will finally end all of the speculation.
Webster-Chan is a family-oriented young man, whose humility and mild-mannered nature has endeared him to family, friends, coaches and media outlets-alike.
His devotion and dedication to his family has enabled him to make one of the most difficult decisions he’s had to make in his 18 years of existence. He has been humbled by the entire experience and feels “blessed” to have this opportunity to further his post-secondary education.