Name: Braxton Webb
School: Angelo State
What goals did you set and/or accomplish in your final collegiate season?
To become an All-Conference Player and to make a deep run in the playoffs.
Q: How do you think you took advantage of the extra year of eligibility to increase your chances of going pro?
The extra year really helped me having more film on me to be evaluated by Pro Scouts, being able to finish up my Masters in the Spring and have another year of college to be with friends.
Q: What would your coaches and teammates say about the type of player you are?
Great person on and off the field and will do whatever is best for the team.
Q: When you are studying film, what are the things you focus on to improve your game?
I look at certain tendencies of what the defensive lineman I’m going up against likes to do in pass rush situations and how he plays the run game.
Q: What separates you from the other pro prospects at your position?
My quickness and agility separate me from other prospects that helps me with pass protection, setting the edge on outside zone and reaching the 2nd level have always been my strong points.
Q: What is your offseason plan to train and prepare for professional opportunities?
After my College All-Star game I plan on training either in Lubbock, Texas or Fort Worth, Texas.
Q: What kind of strengths and abilities will you bring to a team that will stand out both on and off the field?
On the field: Very versatile. Can play both Tackles and play both Guards if need be, but play primarily Tackle. Off the field: Never gets in trouble with the Law and is a good teammate willing to do anything for them.
Q: What is your final pitch to the NFL and any other pro leagues?
I’m never an off the field issue so you would never have to worry about me and always a hard worker so you never have to question my effort or work ethic. Rare to see an Offensive lineman that can play multiple positions which can be a huge asset to a team and I can be that asset if you take the chance on me. I always seem to do better in game situations rather than practices.