2021 NFL Draft: Mark Webb Player Profile

Mark Webb

Mark Webb 2021 NFL Draft Profile

Position: Safety

Height: 6’1.4

Weight: 207 lbs

School: University of Georgia

Pro Day Stats

Hand: 10 1/8

Arm: 32 5/8

Wingspan: 79 1/8

40-Yard Dash: 4.61

20-Yard Dash: 2.64

10-Yard Dash: 1.58

225 Lb. Bench Reps: N/A

Vertical Jump: 36 1/2

Broad Jump: 11’04”

20-Yard Shuttle: 4.52

3-Cone Drill: 7.30

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Mark Webb 2021 NFL Draft Profile

Overview

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Webb attended Archbishop Wood High School where he began his football as a receiver before switching to defense at University due to a suggestion from the head coach Kirby Smart. During his junior season, Webb had 503 receiving yards with nine touchdowns with 34 yards per reception. In his senior year, Webb had 703 receiving yards with six touchdowns. He helped lead his team to win the 2016 PAA Class 5A State Championship. He committed to the University of Georgia to play with cousin D’Andre Swift.

Webb was rated a four-star prospect by PrepStar Magazine, ESPN.com, 247Sports.com, Rivals.com, and Scout. He was rated the #91 player in the U.S. by PrepStar, #175 by ESPN.com, #134 by 247Sports.com, and #101 by Rivals.com. Webb was rathe the #25 wide receiver in the U.S. and the sixth-best player in the state by ESPN.com. 247Sports.com rated him the #22 wide receiver in the U.S. and the sixth-best player in the state as well. Webb was rated by Rivals.com as the #14 wide receiver in the U.S. and the fifth-best player in the state. Scout ranked him as the #55 wide receiver in the U.S. and the ninth-best player in the state.

In his freshman year, Webb completed one assisted tackle. During his sophomore season, Webb had eight solo and six assisted tackles with three passes defended. In his junior year, Webb completed 31 solo and 15 assisted tackles with two forced fumbles and three passes defended. During his senior season, Webb completed 10 solo and 11 assisted tackles with one interception and two defended passes. He was the Co-Winner of the Charley Trippi Award for versatility. He was a Co-Winner of the Coffee County Hustle Award. Webb represented the American Team at the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

Strengths

  • Good size and strength
  • Physical and aggressive
  • Can beat tacklers in close with short bursts
  • Good on special teams
  • Had a great performance at the Reese’s Senior Bowl

Weaknesses

  • Dropped a lot of interceptions
  • Lack of production
  • Can be beaten easily by quick receivers
  • Late reaction time on plays
  • Needs better ball awareness when challenging receivers

Player Comparison: Trey Marshall

Teams With Need At Position: Los Angeles Chargers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New York Giants, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati  Bengals

Draft Projection: Fifth Round

Bottom Line on Mark Webb

Webb is a physical, hard-working safety that isn’t afraid to get his nose dirty and challenge larger offensive players. He is limited though by lack of footwork and speed, as well as not having the greatest of hands for interceptions. Webb’s bread and butter are short-range, explosive tackles at the line of scrimmage where his strength and physicality can come into play. He is also versatile in playing multiple defensive positions. A team will take a chance on Webb due to his performance at the Senior Bowl.

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