The recruiting process started for four-star running back Treyaun Webb when he was in seventh grade. Miami extended him an offer and put him on the map for years to come. After backing off commitments from both Georgia and Oklahoma, Webb is taking his time to settle on a school, and Florida is making it hard for him to say no.
After Billy Napier took over, Florida began prioritizing the Jacksonville area recruit. A relationship quickly blossomed and Florida’s been the outright leader in his recruitment for some time. There’s no such thing as a sure bet in college football, especially when it comes to recruiting, but Webb appears to be Florida’s running back of the future to lose. He’s ranked highly by most prep scouting services and has been crystal balled by several experts to Florida.
Webb intends to announce his decision on June 30 and has canceled his trip to Tennessee, leaving just Penn State and South Carolina on his itinerary before the announcement.
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There isn’t quite a consensus when it comes to scouting Webb other than that he’s around four-star quality. Rivals has him just outside of the top 100 in its latest update and at No. 2 among running backs. On3, on the other hand, doesn’t even have a national ranking for Webb and considers him a three-star recruit that’s outside of the top 30 players at his position in the class. Go figure.
The On3 Consensus and 247Sport composite agree that he’s somewhere around the No. 160 spot in the class and is a borderline top-five running back.
May 3, 2018: Miami…