ROSWELL, Ga. — Clay Webb‘s tour of domination across the camp circuit continues.
On Sunday, Webb — a 5-star offensive lineman from Oxford, Ala. — won the Big Man Challenge at the Under Armour Camp Series stop at Roswell High School. Webb already earned an invite to The Opening finals with a superb performance at the Atlanta regional a month ago.
Webb continues to be thorough with his recruitment, as he’s hesitant to even name a top group of schools. He’s said before he’s prepared to wait until after his senior season to make a college decision.
ESPNJr300 OL Clay Webb is at the Under Armour camp in Atlanta, says he’s planning to narrow his list down during the season, but knows Auburn, Alabama and Georgia will make the list pic.twitter.com/FNV4ZIkxZI
— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) April 22, 2018
At 6-foot-3, 297 pounds, Webb is a prototypical interior lineman that could play either guard or center. He excels with his strength and positioning, and has some of the best hand placement for a high school lineman in recent memory.
See why Webb is earning accolades across the nation in this video feature.