Louisville gets a second in 2012

Louisville has been on a recruiting roll of late and on Wednesday added a second recruit in Negus Webster-Chan to its 2012 recruiting class.
From Canada, Webster-Chan attends Huntington (W.V.) Prep, which has become a feeder school of sorts to the Big East program. Webster-Chan is the third Huntington Prep prospect to commit to Louisville in the past couple years.
"My mom and I were looking for a school that was strong both academically and athletically," Webster-Chan relayed to "Louisville was a clear choice because it met these criteria. I felt it was the right fit for me."
At 6-foot-6, Webster is a small forward with a versatile game and a physique that is still developing. He fits well into Louisville's interchangeable style of play.
Ranked No. 121 in the Rivals150, Webster-Chan joins elite combo guard Rodney Purvis prospect in Louisville's 2012 recruiting class.
Webster was also being recruited by Cincinnati, Iowa State, UNLV and West Virginia amongst others.