Two touchdown catches in the first half, a forced fumble and recovery, several hard hits, and a game clinching interception later, Damon Webb had stolen the show in Cass Tech's 25-18 victory.
"I felt I did great out here tonight," Webb told GoBlueWolverine. "I had a good game."
This was the understatement of the season thus far from a humble kid. Webb produced in a major way and did so coming off the bench at the start of the game.
"The coaches didn't put me out there," said Webb. "I didn't start, but I wouldn't say it took me time to get warmed up. Any time coach called my name I was ready."
Webb was more than ready to be a playmaking threat on both sides of the ball for the Technicians, specifically on offense when his number was called on two big plays in the first half. His first catch off a wide receiver screen resulted in six points after Webb found daylight and took it 46 yards, while his second big play came out of the hands of senior CB and Michigan commitment Jourdan Lewis.
"On the screen it was just great blocking and I found a lane," said Webb. "On the double pass, or pitch pass, it was just a great call by the coaches."
While Webb proved to be a tough cover for Brother Rice throughout the first half, the physical athlete wants the opposition to know he's not afraid. With Brother Rice hesitant to attack one side of the field being held down by Lewis, Webb was challenged to step up and he did with a few pops.
"I will come up and hit," said Webb. "That's what I want people to know about my game."
With Webb starring at cornerback and wide receiver, the question on everyone's mind is his position at the next level. For Webb, he's confident he could make an impact anywhere.
"I can play both in college," said Webb confidently. "Schools like me at DB but I can play both."
With Webb's father in the stands sporting an LSU cap and the young man wearing an Ohio State beanie under his helmet, fans needn't worry about any sort of signal being sent out by the fashion statement. The highly coveted prospect, who's sure to attract even more interest and offers, is still evaluating at this stage in his recruitment.
"We're just open to all the schools that have offered me right now," said Webb.
Regardless of the position he plays in college, Michigan fans hope the tradition of Cass Tech players suiting up for the Maize and Blue continues with the addition of Webb.
To watch GBW's interview with Webb, click play below.