Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 4/114 - B.W. Webb, CB, 5-10, 184, William and Mary...The Cowboys have three starting cornerbacks in Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne and nickel cornerback Orlando Scandrick. But you can't have too many players at the position and the Cowboys like what Webb brings to the table. He had 11 career interceptions and should be an immediate contributor on special teams. - The Sports Xchange
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04/28/13 - A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 4/114 - B.W. Webb, CB, 5-10, 184, William and Mary...The Cowboys have three starting cornerbacks in Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne and nickel cornerback Orlando Scandrick. But you can't have too many players at the position and the Cowboys like what Webb brings to the table. He had 11 career interceptions and should be an immediate contributor on special teams. - The Sports Xchange
03/28/13 - 2013 William & Mary Pro Day: William & Maryís 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
01/24/13 - Four small-college players to watch from the Senior Bowl...B.W. Webb is a cornerback from William & Mary that has playing traits like Asante Samuel. He looks like a solid cover two corner with 48 college starts. He holds up well in the man-to-man drills and has good anticipation in his zone drops. - Pat Kirwan, CBSSports.com
12/05/12 - After establishing himself as one of the nationís top cornerbacks throughout his career, William and Mary standout B.W. Webb has been selected to play in the 2013 Senior Bowl, which will be held on Jan. 26 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. One of the most-decorated players in Colonial Athletic Association history, Webb finished his career with nine all-conference honors. A first-team all-league selection during each of the past three seasons, the Newport News, Va., native was chosen as the 2012 CAA Special Teams Player of the Year.
Selected to the 2012 Buchanan Award Watch List, Webb earned a school-record 48 starts during the past four seasons and finished his career ranked among W&Mís all-time top 10 in interceptions (11) and punt return yards (603).
As a senior, Webb totaled 46 tackles, eight PBUís, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and a tackle for a loss. Additionally, he averaged 11.2 yards per punt return while ranking third in the conference with 123 punt return yards. Webb will become the seventh Tribe player to suit up for the Senor Bowl. W&Mís last representative to play in the prestigious game was kicker Steve Christie, who went on to a long and successful professional career in the NFL. - William and Mary football
11/25/12 - 2012 CAA CO-SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: B.W. Webb, William and Mary, Sr., Punt Returner...Webb keeps the Special Teams Player of the Year title in the Tribe family for the third-consecutive year after proving himself as one of the most dangerous punt returners in the league. The Newport News, Va., native can quickly change the scope of a game with his return prowess, which not only includes his actual returns but the fact that many teams are forced to alter their special teams strategies and punt around him. One of the leagueís four Buck Buchanan Award finalists this season, Webb concluded his senior campaign with 123 punt return yards and an 11.2 yard-per-return average to go with two fumble recoveries. He highlighted the season with a 91-yard punt return for a touchdown against Delaware. - Colonial football