Webb Getting Ready

Offensive lineman Bartley Webb of Springdale high school (Ark.) is looking forward to getting to Notre Dame, but he doesn't want to rush things like many of his classmates. He understands that the day he leaves will come soon enough, so he's enjoying his final days of high school.
April 10, 2006

All-American Bowl West Notebook

San Antonio, Texas -- It was a tale of two practices as the West decided to go with an eleven-on-eleven scrimmage while the East took a light day in shorts and special teams.
January 4, 2006

Breaking It Down: West Offensive Line

There's no strength in numbers here. With only five offensive linemen picked to play in the 2005 U.S. Army All-American game, it's clearly a case of quality over quantity. It's also clearly a case of the midwest showing just where the best linemen in the west happen to play, whether an interior lineman or a tackle out on the edge. With no further ado, here's a player-by-player look at each offensive lineman, with some analysis and some background included on each.
December 13, 2005

Webb Enjoys Visit

Bartley Webb of Springdale high school (Ark.) was Notre Dame first offensive line commitment of the 2006 recruiting class. He's made several unofficial visits to Notre Dame and found himself on another one for the battle between the Irish and Trojans.
October 21, 2005

Webb Excited About Irish

Bartley Webb of Springdale high school (Ark.) was Notre Dame's first offensive lineman to commit to the 2006 recruiting class, and he's hoping more linemen are on their way. Irish Eyes caught up with Webb to get his impressions of his future teammates.
October 3, 2005

Springdale Has Two

Future University of Arkansas quarterback Mitch Mustain and Springdale teammate Bartley Webb was officially named Friday morning to the U.S. Army All American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2006 in San Antonio.
September 16, 2005

Dunford's Deep 20: Bartley Webb

According to recruiting expects, Notre Dame offensive line commit Bartley Webb is blessed with great technique. But what does that mean? In this addition of Dunford's Deep Twenty, Webb answers that very question with precision and eloquence. Additionally, he reflects on what life will be like blocking for fellow Notre Dame commit James Aldridge, offers Notre Dame fans a glimpse into Arkansas high school football, and says why he created a personal website.
September 1, 2005