2017 NFL Draft

player photo

J`Marcus Webb

Height: 6-8 | Weight: 328 | College: West Texas A&M
Copyright NFLDraftScout.com, distributed by The Sports Xchange

Webb was a Parade All-American recruited by the University of Texas. He participated in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl and was an EA Sports second-team all-America.

He appeared in all 12 games in which he played as an offensive tackle for the Longhorns in 2006.

Webb transferred to Navarro Community College in 2007 -- he said the decision was based only on personal reasons -- and was first-team all Junior College Football Conference.

He started all 13 games at left tackle for West Texas A&M in 2008, anchoring an offensive line which allowed a total of 19 sacks.

In 2009, Webb was selected third-team Little All-American (Division II, III & NAIA) as voted on by the Associated Press.


Positives: Prototypical body, natural athlete despite his size. Has lateral movement, nice anchor and arm length to extend and keep rushers at bay. Strong run blocker who is capable of turning his man and getting out into space to neutralize defenders. Could play left or right tackle with his athleticism/strength combination.

Negatives: Project player. Has all of the physical tools but work ethic and intelligence are major issues. Bad body language at Texas vs. the Nation practices turned off teams, but he turned on his game on for a few seconds once the ball was snapped and looked like a player. Played at Texas, had to transfer to JUCO then West Texas A&M.

2009 Season

Webb was a first-team Daktronics, as well as a Don Hansen's Football Gazette first-team all-America selection. Extremely intelligent, with good athleticism for his size, Webb has been a focus of pro scouts and ranks as one of the top offensive lineman in the Division II ranks. Over 11 of 12 outings, Webb made his customary starts at left tackle (he did not start against Eastern New Mexico due to illness). Included among those starting assignments were his lining up against #-1 ranked Grand Valley State, #1-ranked Abilene Christian, #6-Central Washington, #7-Tarleton State and #10-Texas A&M-Kingsville. Against that caliber of competition, he allowed just one sack over his position for the entire season.

2008 Season

A 13-game starter at left tackle, Webb anchored a Buffalo offensive line that allowed just 19 sacks over the entire season, while helping fuel a school-record 7.079 yards in total offense.

2007 Season

Webb was a first-team NJCAA all-America selection while at Navarro (Texas) College. He also earned all-Southwest Junior College Football Conference first-team honors under coach Ray Woodard.

2006 Season

Played in 12 games along the offensive line and on special teams … helped Texas gain 162.6 rushing yards per game (34th NCAA), 391.5 total yards per game (23rd NCAA) and score 35.9 points per game (seventh NCAA) … paved the way for 212 yards on the ground and 410 total yards in the season opener against North Texas … cleared the way for 330 rushing yards and 493 total yards in a victory against Rice.

Allowed Texas' offense to produce a balanced 246 yards passing and 193 yards rushing for a total of 439 yards of offense against Iowa State … gave the quarterbacks time to register 300 yards passing and 419 total yards versus Sam Houston State … helped Texas' offense produce 275 yards passing and 162 yards rushing against Baylor … helped Texas accumulate 164 yards rushing and 346 yards passing (510 total) versus Oklahoma State.

High School

Coached by Steve Bragg at North Mesquite … a Parade All-American and a two-time all-state selection … was a tight end before moving to offensive lineman after his sophomore season … only allowed three sacks in 472 pass attempts (one sack per 157.3 pass attempts) during his two seasons as an offensive lineman … voted first-team all-state by The Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association as a senior … named Texas' top offensive lineman by 5A Texas Football … selected to Dave Campbell's Super Team first team in the preseason … earned first-team all-district 12-5A and Dallas Morning News all-area honors … his team averaged 6.7 yards per rush that year … earned second-team all-state honors from The Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association as a junior … earned first-team all-district 12-5A and Dallas Morning News all-area honors that year … also competed in the discus and shot put in track and field.


Born 8/8/88 in Ft. Worth, Texas … full name is J'Marcus L. Webb … helped in the community by volunteering with toy drives and the distribution of presents … wears a size 19 sneaker … enjoys cooking.


CBSSports Shop

Men's Nike Heathered Royal Denver Broncos Historic Logo Tri-Blend T-Shirt

NFL Nike Gear
Get your favorite team today!
Shop Now