NG Greg Webb (6-2, 300, 4.9) of Sicklerville Timber Creek, New jersey is a physical two-way player, he is a Defensive-Freak. Webb is built so close to the ground, he can not virtually be blocked and he dominates every game that he plays in.
On his highlight film, Webb was double and triple-teamed on every single play, but was still a dominating force that could not be blocked and he was always in on te tackle or was close to making the tackle.
Most of the time with a player of this massive 300-pound size, you do not see a player with his motor running all of the time, but Webb is a very distinct exception, because he seems to always be going at 110%.
Another thing that makes Webb a very Special player is that he is so strong, he could become a great offensive lineman. In his first game as a junior, he dominated the line of scrimmage and then was looking downfield for a second and third block.
As a junior, Webb recorded 94 tackles; had nine quarterback sacks; forced six fumbles; recovered three fumbles; and recorded an amazing 19 quarterback hurries. Also remember that Webb was double and triple-teamed on every single play and each offensive team that he played had to be aware of where he was lined-up on the start of every play.
In early March, after his junior season, Webb had already received over 30 scholarship offers, including offers from Alabama, Auburn, U-Conn, Florida State, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers, South Carolina, South Florida, Syracuse, Temple, Tennessee, Central Florida, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
In a very good year for talent in New Jersey, Webb has got to be one of the Top Five or six players in the State, if not the #1 player. Based on our MEARS RATINGS, Webb is tied for the #2 player in New Jersey for the 2012 Rising Seniors Recruiting Class.
The NEW JERSEY SUPER SEVEN include DE Garrett Sickels (6-4, 225, 4.56) of Little Silver Red Bank; DE Alquadin Muhammad (6-4, 235, 4.6) of Ramsey Don Bosco; and DE TaShawn Bower (6-5, 235, 4.58) of Somerville Emmacula with a 1,930 MEARS RATING; Webb, CB Eli Woodard (6-1, 185, 4.4) of Voorhees Eastern; and LB Brandon Bell (6-2, 220, 4.5) of Mays Landing Oakcrest with a 1,920 MEARS RATING; and #7 QB Kevin Olsen (6-3, 200, 4.7) of Wayne Hills with a 1,900 MEARS RATING.