WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (Jan. 3, 2013) - William and Mary standout cornerback B.W. Webb recently earned another postseason All-America honor, as the Newport News, Va., native garnered first-team distinction from Phil Steele.
The accolade is Webb's third All-America award this season, as he was a second-team selection by the Associated Press and The Sports Network.
Chosen to play in the 2013 Senior Bowl, Webb finished his illustrious career as one of the most-decorated players in Colonial Athletic Association history with nine postseason all-conference honors. A first-team all-league selection during each of the past three seasons, Webb was honored as the 2012 Special Teams Player of the Year by both the CAA and the Touchdown Club of Richmond.
Selected to the 2012 Buchanan Award Watch List, Webb earned a school-record 48 starts and finished his career ranked among W&M's all-time top 10 in interceptions (11) and punt return yards (603).
As a senior, Webb totaled 46 tackles, eight PBU's, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and a tackle for a loss. Additionally, he averaged 11.2 yards per punt return while ranking third in the conference with 123 punt return yards.