A year after both Alabama and Auburn missed out on the top-ranked player in the state, the Crimson Tide and Tigers now look to seal the borders on 5-star offensive lineman Clay Webb.
Webb, the nation’s No. 1 center according to the 247sports composite rankings, has already narrowed his focus to a handful of schools, including Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Clemson and Florida, but he’s in no rush to make a decision. That likely won’t come until after his senior season. It’s good news for teams vying to make up ground — but it could be bad news for Alabama, his perceived leader.
In this SEC Country featured video, our recruiting experts at Alabama and Auburn break down the latest in Webb’s recruitment. He has players pulling him to both Tuscaloosa and Auburn, but Webb is being meticulous in his decision-making.
Who is Clay Webb?
Clay Webb is a 6-foot-3, 297-pound 2019 football offensive line recruit from Oxford, Ala.
Where does Clay Webb rank?
Webb is a 5-star recruit, the No. 1 player in the state of Alabama and the nation’s No. 1-ranked center, according to 247sports.
When will Clay Webb commit?
During the Atlanta Opening regional, Webb said a commitment will not occur until after his senior season in high school, likely in December around the early signing period.
What are Clay Webb’s top schools?
While Webb has not set an ironclad top-school list, he’s said that Alabama and Auburn have an advantage because of proximity. In addition to those two schools, Florida, Georgia and Clemson are seen as the out-of-state schools with the most realistic shots.