Along with Hawaii, he is hearing from Cal, Texas Tech, UCLA and UNLV among others. He first got in contact with Hawaii after he sent them his film.
“I sent (UH defensive backs coach Abe Elimimian) my tape and he e-mailed me back and said he really liked me,” Webb said. “So I’m waiting to hear back from them.”
Elimimian is often recruiting players near his hometown in Southern California. Webb said he would certainly entertain the idea of playing his college career in Hawaii.
“That would be very cool to play out there,” Webb said. “Hawaii is like the best place in the United States. It would be hard for my parents to come watch me play, but I think I would probably get used to it if I really liked the school and felt it was a good fit for me.”
Webb is planning to take official visits to both San Jose State and Idaho after the season concludes. Webb said he would consider offers from any school that offered him.
Webb has been told that his physicality and technique are two big factors as to why he is drawing interest from college coaches. At 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds, he can also play a variety of positions in the secondary. Webb had two interceptions in his season opener this year.