Son of former NFL DB verbally commits to Nebraska
Nebraska is now up to a dozen commits in its 2021 recruiting class thanks to a Tuesday night pledge from the son of a former NFL defensive back.
Lardarius Webb Jr., son of former Baltimore Ravens defensive back Lardarius Webb, announced his commitment to Nebraska on Tuesday night. He tweeted out that he has decided to head to Lincoln to play college football.
“I would like to thank my family for supporting me through the tough times,” Webb wrote. “I just want to thank GOD that I’m able to showcase my talent on such a BIG stage. This has been a long journey but I have enjoyed this journey too. I would like to announce I will be COMMITTING to The University of NEBRASKA.”
Committed #GBR 🔴⚪️🌽@coach_frost @CoachTFisher @CoachChinander @TalkHuskers @HuskerFBNation @JacksonAcademy @oanewspreps @CamNewton7v7 pic.twitter.com/T1IOmJvWvu
— 𝕃𝕒𝕣𝕕𝕒𝕣𝕚𝕦𝕤 𝕎𝕖𝕓𝕓 𝕁𝕣. (@LardariusJr) July 7, 2020
Webb is a 5-foot-10, 170-pound cornerback out of Jackson, Mississippi. He received an offer from Nebraska near the end of June and decided to commit to the Huskers just a few weeks later.
Currently, Webb does not have any ratings on 247Sports.
Webb’s father attended Nicholls State before enjoying a nine-year career in the NFL. He played his entire professional career with the Ravens and totaled 480 tackles, 15 interceptions, five sacks and three touchdowns.
Nebraska’s 2021 recruiting class is currently ranked 40th nationally and 10th in the B1G.