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Davis Webb | Quarterback

Team: Colorado Buffaloes
Age / DOB:  (21) / 1/22/1995
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 209

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Colorado HC Mike MacIntyre indicated that he is not concerned about graduate QB Davis Webb's potential transfer.
"[Webb]’s told me he’s coming time after time, so I just trust what he says," MacIntyre explained. The former Red Raider gunslinger signed a non-binding financial aid agreement with the Buffaloes earlier this offseason, but Webb's heart might be wandering about right now. He visited Cal over the weekend and ESPN.com later reported that he would also visit Auburn. MacIntyre referred to the Wordwide Leader's report as "erroneous." Expect this situation to sort itself out over the coming weeks. It should be interesting to see whether Webb actually ends up sticking to his Colorado commitment. Signs at this juncture seem to be saying otherwise, but sometimes smoke is just smoke, rather than an indicator of fire. Apr 13 - 12:01 AM

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Colorado graduate QB Davis Webb will visit Auburn.

Webb was committed to a transfer from Texas Tech to Colorado in late January and while that is still the case, he is now expanding his options. Sometimes the heart just wanders. The 6-foot-5, 209-pounder visited Cal over the weekend and it now looks like he is also considering take a shot at the flaming pile of depression that is the Auburn quarterback competition. He hasn't publicly set a date for his visit to the Tigers, but told ESPN.com that he would head south soon to check out what Gus Malzahn's cooking up at Auburn. During Saturday's A-Day spring game, the offenses went a combined 1-for-22 on third down. We wouldn't blame Webb if he thinks he can waltz in and win the starting job. His Colorado commitment is not binding, should he choose another school. Webb played in 23 games at Texas Tech, passing for 5,557 yards (61.4% completions) with a 46/22 TD/INT ratio in that space.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 10 - 7:47 PM

Colorado graduate QB Davis Webb is visiting Cal this weekend.

While Webb committed to a Colorado transfer from Texas Tech back in January, he is not bound to that commitment. Cal is a logical avenue for the 6-foot-5, 220-pound quarterback to consider given that Jared Goff is headed for the green pastures of the NFL and he would have an opportunity to immediately compete for the starting job. In 23 games with the Red Raiders, he threw for 5,557 yards (61.4% completions) with a 46/22 TD/INT ratio. He lost his starting job to Patrick Mahomes prior to the 2015 campaign. Regardless of whether he ultimately sticks to his Colorado commitment or flips over to Cal, Webb will be able to play immediately in 2016.
Source: FOX Sports
Apr 9 - 8:19 PM

Texas Tech graduate QB Davis Webb transferred to Colorado.

The tea leaves have been pointing this way since Webb announced he'd be leaving the Red Raiders. It's an obvious coup for the Buffaloes, who are expected to be without three-year starting QB Sefo Liufau in 2016 season because of a Lisfranc injury. "I just know it's a good fit with Colorado," Webb said. "I really like what Coach Mac (Mike MacIntyre) and (OC) Coach (Brian) Lindgren are doing with the offense. ... I will get plenty of exposure to pursue my dream of playing in the NFL." The 6-foot-5, 220-pound Webb owns a 46/22 career TD/INT rate. He lost his job to Patrick Mahomes last year. As a grad, Webb is immediately eligible to play. TT HC Kliff Kingsbury has said the 21-year-old has the tools to be a top-five overall NFL pick due to his size, arm and mind. "He has a chance to be very special," Kingsbury said in 2013.
Source: FOX Sports
Jan 27 - 2:55 PM

Texas Tech graduate QB Davis Webb is taking an official visit to Colorado over the weekend.

In addition, Davis told FOX Sports that he expects to have an official visit at Auburn in February. Webb announced his intention to transfer from Texas Tech last month. "I'm just looking for the right school, right fit and for the opportunity to compete for the starting job and to win a lot of games," Webb said. He hopes to make a decision by the first week of March. The 6-foot-5, 220-pound Webb posted a 46/22 career TD/INT rate before losing his job to the gifted Patrick Mahomes last year. "He has a chance to be very special," HC Kliff Kingsbury said in 2013. "He has one of the quickest releases and strongest arms I've been around. Very smart, intellectual thinker. Processes things very quickly. Sees the field. Great at checking to the right place."
Source: FOX Sports
Jan 15 - 2:27 PM

Texas Tech junior QB Davis Webb announced that he intends to transfer.

Webb put out the notice on Twitter. It read in part: "After consulting with Coach Kingsbury, we both agreed it would be in my best interest to pursue other opportunities to further my education and playing career." While the 6-foot-5, 209-pound junior has yet to decide where he'll be playing in the future, he'll be able to play immediately once he arrives. Because Webb's graduating in the spring, he'll circumvent the NCAA's draconian transfer policies that require players to sit out a season. Webb's high point with the Red Raiders came when he threw for 403 yards and four touchdowns in a Holiday Bowl win over Arizona State in 2013. Patrick Mahomes took over as starter after Webb faltered down the stretch in 2014.
Thu, Dec 31, 2015 01:32:00 AM

Texas Tech will return both sophomore QB Davis Webb and Patrick Mahomes against Oklahoma.

Kliff Kingsbury refused to name a starter, however. Webb injured his ankle against TCU on October 25. Mahomes then started against Texas but was sidelined with a head injury. "You would like him to get a hundred percent healthy," Kingsbury said of Webb. "I'm not sure he's there yet. But him at 80 percent is still pretty good."
Fri, Nov 14, 2014 12:02:00 PM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb went 28-for-44 for 288 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's win against Kansas.

Much like his own team, Webb has thrived when playing against inferior competition, and struggled when matched up against strong teams. He stared in early victories versus Central Arkansas and UTEP, and then scuffled during Tech's four-game losing streak (Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Kansas State and West Virginia). Against Kansas' ragged outfit, Webb excelled again.
Sun, Oct 19, 2014 02:35:00 PM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb did practice on Tuesday despite suffering a shoulder issue against Oklahoma State.

The injury was to Webb's non-throwing shoulder and he was considered day-to-day after being pulled form the game. Expect him to play against Kansas State.
Wed, Oct 1, 2014 10:37:00 AM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb (shoulder) remains day-to-day.

Webb injured his left, non-throwing shoulder in Thursday night's loss at Oklahoma State. "Just make sure he can protect himself, really, and operate at a level we need him to operate," Kingsbury said when asked what needed to happen for Webb to return to the field this weekend. "But more than anything, that he can handle taking a hit and protect himself." Webb's availability will be crucial to a struggling TTU squad in this weekend’s tilt against Kansas State on the road in Manhattan.
Tue, Sep 30, 2014 06:48:00 PM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb is "basically day-to-day" with a shoulder injury, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury.

The injury is to Webb's non-throwing shoulder and it forced him out of the school's game against Oklahoma State. Webb will reportedly be at practice on Monday and will test out his health, but Kingsbury has yet to receive the MRI results.
Mon, Sep 29, 2014 12:05:00 PM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb was forced out of the school's 45-35 loss to Oklahoma State due to a shoulder injury.

The injury was to Webb's non-throwing shoulder. Prior to the injury, Webb completed 35 of 54 attempts for 374 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions. Freshman Patrick Mahomes filled in for the injured Webb, as Baker Mayfield transferred to Oklahoma prior to the season.
Fri, Sep 26, 2014 09:12:00 AM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb went 27-for-45 for 252 yards, three touchdowns and a pair of interceptions in Saturday's 49-28 loss to Arkansas.

Texas Tech HC Kliff Kingsbury called Webb a top-5 draft talent back in May, but the sophomore has looked like a late-round developmental prospect so far -- at best. Webb has great height (6-foot-5) and athleticism, though he's a bit lithe at 215 pounds. The real problem that we see is his propensity to stare down receivers. That issue is exacerbated by Webb's lack of a Plan B; often, when his primary read is covered, Webb, who has been locked onto him, might force the ball in anyway. Or he'll switch off late, having run out of time, and force the ball elsewhere. The tools are there, but Kingsbury has his work cut out for him if he hopes to convert Webb into a top-10 pick.
Sat, Sep 13, 2014 09:36:00 PM

Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb went 17-for-31 for 278 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions in Saturday's 30-26 win against UTEP.

Back in May, Texas Tech HC Kliff Kingsbury called Webb a top-5 talent, mentioning Webb's "arm strength and his mind and his size, and how athletic he is for being 6-foot-5 and 215 pounds." Webb is doing his best to live up to that lofty praise, completing 67.5-percent of his passes and throwing for 730 yards, seven touchdowns and two interceptions in two Red Raiders' victories. He completed nearly 63 percent of his passes for 2,718 yards, 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions as a freshman in 2013.
Mon, Sep 8, 2014 09:56:00 PM

Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman tabbed Texas Tech sophomore QB Davis Webb as the Big 12's breakout player of the year.

"Don’t be surprised if Webb makes it to NYC as a Heisman finalist in the next two seasons," Feldman begins. "Kingsbury says Webb has the strongest arm of any QB to come through Tech, and he’s also extremely cerebral and determined." Webb was part of Texas Tech's quarterback carousel last year, but started the majority of games. he completed nearly 63 percent of his passes for 2,718 yards, 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
Source: Fox Sports
Thu, Aug 21, 2014 11:13:00 AM