Webb makes plays in the secondary

A defensive back that's flown a bit under the radar this season is San Joaquin Delta CB Dayshaun Webb (6-2, 190). He's versatile enough to play corner or safety and some four-year programs have started to look his way in hopes of adding him to their depth charts.

"I had a lot of fun this season that's for sure," Webb told JCFootball.com recently. "I loved playing at Delta and I made some good friends and I got coached by some good coaches who I think prepared me for the next level."

Webb was a playmaker for Delta this season, posting almost 70 tackles while hauling in five interceptions and registering 12 passes defensed.

"I'm good at corner or safety, but I made my name at corner," Webb said. "I can break on passes in zone and I can man-up and run with guys because I have good speed."

Webb posted a 4.4 forty time during summer testing this past offseason while also putting up 225 pounds 10 times on the bench.

"I want to get stronger, but I was able to be physical with receivers and come up hard in run support too," Webb said. "I take pride in being a complete corner and I think that is what will make me valuable to a four-year program."

So far, as far as recruiting is concerned, Webb hasn't necessarily gotten the attention a player of his caliber seems to warrant.

"Kansas State, Nevada and San Diego State have all been after me pretty hard," Webb said. "I'm hoping something comes from their interest, but right now I haven't gotten as much interest as I thought I would.

"I've been working on my film and I'm going to send that out to a lot of schools, so we'll see what's up in a couple of weeks."

Webb will finish up at Delta in May and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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