— Ryan Wright (@RWrightRivals) June 24, 2022
Penn State is in the hunt along with SEC schools Florida and South Carolina.
The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Webb has had more than 40 scholarship offers, and he’s the number five running back in the country, the No. 33 prospect in Florida and the No. 160 overall prospect in the Class of 2023 according to 247Sports.
In four state playoff games, Webb rushed for 876 yards and 10 touchdowns, helping the Conquerors to become state champions.
In his game tape, Webb consistently hits the hole with authority and gets into the open field. He has a powerful stiff arm and runs with a good center of gravity despite being a taller back. He has room to put on 10-12 pounds without losing his speed and explosiveness.
Webb talked to Rivals.com National Recruiting Analyst Ryan Wright about his official visit to Penn State, which he went on the weekend of June 10.
“It was great,” Webb said. “Penn State was a great visit. I like what coach (James) Franklin and them have going on. I am feeling good about Penn State. Penn State is a great school with the great development of running backs. Penn State was a great visit overall.”
If Webb were to commit to Penn State, he’d be the first running back to do so in the 2023 recruiting class and will join quarterback Marcus Stokes and safety Conrad Hussey as Florida commits.
Webb is set to announce his commitment June 30.