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Draft Scout Davis Webb News
12/18/17 - QB Davis Webb will likely be inactive again next week when the Giants face the Cardinals. "As we stand here right now, the quarterback depth chart will stay the same for Arizona," interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo said Monday.
03/27/17 - California Pro day: Unfortunately, the Cal pro day was outside in what was described as a "torrential downpour" by one person in attendance. That didn't prevent quarterback Davis Webb from throwing, with the expected mixed results from the wet conditions. He has several fans around the league, with some thinking he is worthy of a top-50 selection. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
01/31/17 - Webb named MVP as South beats North in Senior Bowl...California quarterback Davis Webb passed for 165 yards and one touchdown and earned MVP honors on Saturday as the South recorded a 16-15 victory over the North in the Senior Bowl at Mobile, Ala. Webb completed 11 of 16 passes, including a 39-yard scoring pass to Texas A&M receiver Josh Reynolds. North Carolina State running back Matthew Dayes added a 2-yard touchdown run for the South. Toledo running back Kareem Hunt rushed for 118 yards on 15 carries and was named the North's Most Outstanding Player. Pittsburgh quarterback Nate Peterman was 16-of-23 passing for 153 yards and one touchdown. Peterman tossed a 6-yard touchdown pass to East Carolina wideout Zay Jones with 1:51 remaining to pull the North within one point. The North went for two points and the lead but Peterman's throw was intercepted by Brigham Young linebacker Harvey Langi. "To say you can drive down and win the Senior Bowl in the last seconds, that would have been pretty cool," Peterman said. "We didn't get it but it was a great experience still." The North's other nine points were courtesy of three field goals by Arizona State's Zane Gonzalez. Saint Francis (Pa.) linebacker Lorenzo Jerome -- an FCS standout -- intercepted two passes and forced a fumble. Meanwhile, Reynolds caught six passes for 96 yards after meshing well in the week-long practice sessions with Webb. - The Sports Xchange
12/16/16 - 2016 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB Davis Webb, Sr.,...Webb ranks in the top five nationally in five passing categories including passing attempts (No. 1, 620), passing yards (No. 2, 4295), completions (382, No. 3), passing touchdowns (37, No. T4) and total offense (348.8, No. 5). Webb is also the Pac-12's leader in both passing attempts and passing yards. He has set Cal single-season records for passing attempts, completions and total plays (653) while equaling three other single-season records including touchdowns responsible (43) with his 37 in the air plus another six on the ground that ties for the most ever by a Cal quarterback as well as 300-yard passing games (10). Webb also set a single-game school record with his 72 pass attempts at San Diego State while his career-high 522 passing yards in the same contest is fourth on the school's all-time single-game list. - Cal Football
10/22/16 - Cal outlasts Oregon 52-49 in OT...California linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk intercepted Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert in the second overtime to secure a 52-49 win for the Bears on Friday night in a Pac-12 gamel at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif. Cal took the lead on Matt Anderson's 28-yard field goal in the second overtime and then Kunaszyk intercepted Herbert on the second play of Oregon's ensuing drive to end the game. Cal quarterback Davis Webb threw for 325 yards and five touchowns even though leading receiver Chad Hansen missed the game because of injury. Running back Tre Watson ran for 154 yards and Khalfani Muhammad added 148 yards on the ground for the Bears (4-3, 2-2 Pac-12). Oregon rallied from a 20-point deficit to take a 35-34 lead in the fourth quarter, but Webb answered with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Watson that gave the Bears a 42-35 lead after a two-point conversion with 9:50 left to play. - The Sports Xchange