Pasadena athletes in action: College football
The following college football player with a Pasadena high school tie has scheduled action this week:
Anthony Webb, Baylor University
High school: La Porte High School
Saturday, Nov. 24, at Texas Tech University
Saturday, Dec. 1, at Oklahoma State
About Webb: Webb is a 2011 graduate of La Porte High School, where he played football for coach Jeff LaReau. Webb was rated as the nation's No. 58 running back prospect by ESPN.com and the No. 16 running back prospect in the state by TexasHSFootball.com. Lone Star Recruiting had Webb slotted as the No. 95 prospect in all of Texas for the class of 2011. As a senior (2010-11) Webb was named the District 21-5A offensive most valuable player and a first-team all-district honoree after rushing for 1,509 yards and 21 touchdowns on 246 attempts to help La Porte to a 9-3 record. During his junior campaign (2009-10) Webb was first-team all-District 22-5A after rushing for 1,575 yards and 12 touchdowns. He scored seven touchdowns and ran for 645 yards during 2008-09 as a sophomore. Born Dec. 23, 1992 the son of Mark Webb and Ingrid Lewis, he is an undeclared major at Baylor. Webb is from La Porte.
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