One of the nation's top cornerbacks ... Invited to play in the 2013 Senior Bowl ... Buchanan Award Watch List selection ... Selected as a first-team All-American by Phil Steele ... Honored as a second-team All-American by the Associated Press and The Sports Network ... ECAC First Team All-Star ... Chosen as the CAA co-Special Teams Player of the Year ... Garnered first-team all-league distinction as a cornerback for the third consecutive season ... Earned second-team all-conference honors as a punt returner ... Finished his career with nine postseason all-conference honors ... Set a school record with 48 career starts ... Selected as the Touchdown Club of Virginia Special Teams Player of the Year.
Started all 11 games and totaled 46 tackles, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble, eight PBUs and a TFL ... Ranked third in the CAA with 123 punt return yards ... Recorded a career-high nine tackles, all solo, with a forced fumble, fumble recovery and TFL at New Hampshire ... Returned a punt 91 yards for a touchdown against Delaware ... Totaled seven tackles and two PBUs in the win at Penn ... Posted five stops and two PBUs against Richmond ... Garnered preseason first-team All-America honors from Phil Steele and the College Sports Journal ... Earned preseason second-team All-America accolades from The Sports Network and the College Sporting News ... Preseason All-CAA selection ... Chosen to the preseason CFPA Watch List.
Earned first-team all-conference honors at cornerback for the second consecutive season ... Finished the season with 40 tackles, 3.0 tackles for a loss and two interceptions ... Recorded a career-high eight tackles with a TFL in the season opener at Virginia ... Totaled six tackles, all solo, with an interception in the win against New Haven ... Intercepted a pass and tallied a half TFL in the win at Villanova ... The interception came on a fourth-and-2 situation deep in W&M territory during the fourth quarter to help the Tribe defeat VU ... Registered five tackles, four solo, in the victory against sixth-ranked New Hampshire ... Preseason second-team All-America selection by Phil Steele and the College Sporting News ... Preseason All-CAA selection.
Selected to the All-CAA First Team as a cornerback and garnered second-team honors as a punt returner ... Finished the season with 42 tackles, 0.5 TFL, an interception and six PBUs ... Ranked second in the conference with 9.8 yards per punt return ... Recorded his interception at Old Dominion, halting the Monarchs' final drive ... Also equaled a career-high six tackles versus ODU ... Posted a six-tackle performance in the season opener at UMass ... Registered five tackles and a PBU at North Carolina ... Made four stops on a pair of occasions, coming against Delaware and James Madison ... Honored as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Week after his impressive performance in the win against VMI ... Returned two punts for 73 yards, which included a 64-yard touchdown return, versus the Keydets.
Honored as the CAA Defensive Rookie of the Year and the ECAC Rookie of the Year ... Selected to the All-CAA Second Team as a cornerback and to the all-league third team as a punt returner ... Named an ECAC All-Star and earned first-team VaSID All-State honors ... Ranked tied for second nationally with eight interceptions ... The impressive total set a single-season freshman school record and ranked tied for third on W&M's single-season list ... Posted a pair of pick-sixes and totaled 160 interception return yards ... Ranked second in the conference with 8.2 yards per punt return ... Became the first FCS player honored as the FWAA Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week after intercepting three passes, one of which he returned 50 yards for a touchdown, in the win at Virginia.
Also added to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List and was selected as the Sports Network National Player of the Week, a College Sporting News National All-Star and the CAA Defensive Player of the Week following his performance at UVA ... Chosen as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Week the following week after returning three punts for 89 yards in the victory against Central Connecticut State ... Also made five stops and a TFL against the Blue Devils ... Intercepted two passes, one of which he returned 58 yard for a score, and notched a TFL in the NCAA opening round victory against Weber State ... Also registered interceptions in wins versus Northeastern and New Hampshire, as well as the NCAA quarterfinal victory at top-ranked Southern Illinois ... Tallied a TFL in the triumph against Delaware.
Member of travel squad but did not see any game action.
Two-year starter at defensive back and wide receiver at Warwick for Head Coach Stan Sexton ... Played safety and corner during scholastic career ... Also was team's return specialist ... Had seven career interceptions, two of which were returned for scores ... Averaged 18.2 yards/attempt on punt returns as a senior and returned three for scores ... Tabbed as team's 'shut-down' corner ... First-Team All-Peninsula District as a defensive back (2007) ... Earned honorable mention distinction as a junior ... Also a standout track athlete at Warwick with a career best time of 6.6 in the 55m dash ... Excelled in triple jump and long jump as well ... Named to the All-America Team in track ... Letterman in basketball.
Son of Avis and William Webb ... Majoring in kinesiology and health sciences ... President of the Alpha Delta Sigma chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
- 2013 William & Mary Pro Day: William & Mary's B.W. Webb displays corner-playing chops...Representatives from 12 NFL teams - including a defensive backs coach from the Cincinnati Bengals - gathered at the pro day held at William & Mary on Thursday, where 11 players went through a workout held outdoors on FieldTurf in 33-degree weather. Cornerback B.W. Webb, who held his own at the Senior Bowl and among the top performers in his position group in four events at the NFL Scouting Combine, was the main attraction.
Webb (5-foot-10 5/8, 183 pounds) only did position drills and looked like he had good quickness and explosion. It appears he could play as a corner on the outside or as a third corner in the slot. Defensive end Sean Lissemore - selected in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys - was the last player drafted from William & Mary. William & Mary also produced former Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints defensive back Darren Sharper, as well as Buffalo Bills legend Mark Kelso - who was also a defensive back. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
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