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  • Welcome Mark Webb, S, Georgia (Pick #241)



    Pre-Draft Analysis


    Webb has good size, long arms and adequate top-end speed. He's an aggressive run-stopper with the strength to play in the box, but his angles are inconsistent and he's an erratic open-field tackler. He's not a playmaker and picked off just one pass at Georgia. -- Steve Muench
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    • #3
      Solid ST type, not a ball hawk?

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      • #4
        Bye bye Adderley

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        • #5
          Nice piece about Webb here...

          https://www.phillyvoice.com/nfl-draf...-philadelphia/

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          • #6
            PFF analysis:

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            • #7
              https://www.phillyvoice.com/nfl-draf...-philadelphia/



              Webb had always been a star player. Ironically, that’s the special position Webb eventually came to play at Georgia, STAR, which for the Bulldogs is an amalgam of safety and cornerback in nickel packages.
              Like Coach Staley, Mark Webb was an offensive player (WR) who switched to defense. Staley was a QB.

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              • #8
                Yes! Long arms!!!!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bearded14YourPleasure View Post
                  Bye bye Adderley
                  I don't think so. This is a special teams pick and depth at safety, a position where the team is very thin. Adderley is going to be the opening day starter.

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                  • #10
                    “I found out when things aren’t as perfect as you would like them it makes you a man. It helps you deal with things, because everyone goes through life being denied sometimes. You don’t look at outcomes at first, but look at where things could go. - S Mark Webb

                    This Day 3 has made all of us, more manly.

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                    • #11
                      Strictly in the box Safety.
                      No coverage skills.
                      Have to contribute on Teams to make the team.
                      Throw away pick.

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                      • #12
                        MARK WEBB | Georgia | DC | #23 | rJr | 6013 | 210 | Pittsburgh, PA | Archbishop Wood

                        Overview:


                        Won the Georgia Bulldogs team award for most versatile player as the starter at their STAR position. His role in the NFL will be just that as a matchup player who can provide a team with some versatility. Webb is well put together, displaying noteworthy strength to match up against bigger tight ends in coverage without being bullied at the catch point or on in-breaking routes. Most comfortable playing around the line of scrimmage where he can exhibit his strength at the point of attack against blockers in run support and capable tackling abilities. Adds versatility as a capable blitzer to provide a changeup in the defense. Limited athlete with stiff hips that leave him susceptible to being beat by quicker receivers in man coverage. An unfavorable matchup in the slot as a result of poor short-area quickness, incapable of moving his feet on a lateral plane in space to disrupt receivers from the slot. Webb’s impact will be best suited as a safety at the next level who can play in the box and be a piece that a defense can use to match up against bigger tight ends.

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