A hard running offensive back last season, Webb (250 pound bench, 400 pound squat) will be moving from running back to receiver and also going back to safety, a position he played his sophomore season. "I'm really looking forward to moving back. We went to Nebraska for the 7 on 7 tournament and I played safety there and did pretty good," stated Webb.
As a sophomore, the 2009 recruit recorded 67 tackles (27 solo) and had 2 interceptions. Earlier this summer, Webb visited TCU and came away very impressed. "I went down there for camp in June and they told me to just wait until my senior year….I really loved the campus, Fort Worth is pretty sweet. It's definitely a place I could see myself playing at."
Last year as a junior, Webb (4.5 forty at TCU camp) focused all of his attention on the offensive side of the ball rushing for 854 yards with 8 touchdowns. The back also 24 receptions out of the backfield for 238 yards and a touchdown. With his success catching the football, the senior will now move to wide receiver position. "I'm pretty excited about the move. I played wide receiver up until high school so it's not really a big deal to me," said Webb.
While Webb doesn't have any offers right now, the safety prospect is confident that offers will roll in at the beginning of the year. At this time, he does not have any plans on when he would like to make a decision. "It really depends on who offers and when they offer me. I'm really open to anything right now. I'm not really picky on where I go."
Bellevue West High School posted an 8-3 record last year and Webb thinks this season will be even better. "It's going to be fun this year. We have everybody coming back on offense besides one receiver and on defense we have pretty much everyone coming back," said the safety. "I think we are gong to be pretty good, but we will have to just wait and see."
The senior currently holds a 3.6 GPA and will take his ACT later in the year. In college he will look to major in business or law.
Watch highlights from Webb last season as a running back: