NFL Draft Bible correspondent Patrick Schuster goes one-on-one with William & Mary cornerback BW Webb, who carries a small school name but has intentions to turn it into big game fame!
The other day I was lucky enough to get a chance to talk to a player, College of William & Mary star B.W. Webb, a man many fans might not know a lot about currently but after the combine and the draft, they will without a doubt. Here is my conversation with one of the top small school players around – cornerback, B.W. Webb.
Footballdialogue: What does B.W. stand for?
B.W.: I am named after my father, William, and it was just a nickname given to me so I knew they meant me and not my father.
Footballdialogue: What is your official size?
B.W.: I am 5-10 and go roughly 183
Footballdialogue: How did you end up at William & Mary?
B.W.: Funny story, it was actually my only offer coming out of high school. B.W.: I love playing special teams, especially being a punt returner. Anything that gets me on the field.
Footballdialogue: Who was the best player you faced while at William & Mary?
B.W.: Well, two guys come to mind; first has to be Tre Grey at Richmond and at Weber State, Tim Toone. Both presented a great challenge and where fun to go up against.
Footballdialogue: What are you doing to stay in shape for the draft?
B.W.: I am currently training at Bommarito Performance in Florida. Doing everything they tell me so I will be ready for the combine.
Footballdialogue: What was your best memory of your time at William & Mary?
B.W.: It has to be my first game in my college career when I had three interceptions and returned one for a touchdown against the University of Virginia. It was something I won't soon forget.
Footballdialogue: Where was your favorite place to play on road?
B.W.: Any of the trips to face a division one team, but especially playing at the University of Virginia my freshman year.
Footballdialogue: If a scout asked what game would you give them to see you at the best?
Footballdialogue: Do you think your time at wideout in high school helps you in preparation for playing defense?
B.W.: Yeah, definitely does, as I know what the receiver is thinking and wants to do next.
Footballdialogue: Who was your favorite player/team growing up?
B.W.: Two guys come to mind, first Mike Vick, as he is from the same hometown and area I grew up in. As for position wise, I loved watching Asante Samuel play.
Footballdialogue: What are things scouts can't learn watching you on film?
B.W.: How competitive I am. I relish the chance to go up against bigger wideouts; maybe I have “small man syndrome. “
Footballdialogue: Can we follow you on Twitter?