Defensive back Anthony Webb of Dallas (Texas) Wilmer Hutchins may be one of the top junior prospects in the Lone Star State.
Kansas, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, and Wisconsin are sending him correspondence at this early point in the recruiting process, and offers are sure to come.
Wilmer Hutchins coach Mike Robinson has is familiar with having a star corner. Kansas State's Walter Hudson played under Robinson. However, Robinson thinks the 6-foot-1, 190 pound Webb may be the best yet.
"I thought I had a great one last year with Hudson, but Anthony's skills are much sharper already at this stage of his career.
"He's got unbelievable instincts and cat-like skills. They can throw away from him when he lines up as a corner but when he's at safety he covers the whole field."
Webb had 11 interceptions during his junior season through 12 games to go along with 36 tackles.
"He almost had an interception every game or it seemed that way by his performance," Robinson said. "He's got that knack for breaking on the ball and making a play on the ball every time."
He also can contribute in many areas.
"Anthony is a great athlete and was one of only two kids to play both on offense and defense for us," Robinson said. "He can play all over on defense, but I truly think he will be a great corner at the next level."
Webb was a first-team all-state defensive back selection for his junior year performance.