Davis Webb just completed his junior season with the Texas Tech Red Raiders and it will be his last with the school. According to Webb on his personal Twitter account, he has decided to transfer schools. It appears that this decision is to find more playing time for his senior season, which is 100 percent acceptable.
— Davis Webb (@Davis_Webb5) December 31, 2015
At the beginning of the 2015 season, Webb was competing for the starting job but was unable to win it. Patrick Mahomes won the job and was an absolute stud for the Red Raiders throughout the 2015 season.
Throughout his three-year career at Texas Tech, Webb was a very solid presence and a fan favorite. He ended his tenure with the school with a 61.4 percent completion rate for 5,557 yards, 46 touchdowns and 22 interceptions. Webb was not a bad quarterback at all and will help the program that he transfers to in a big way.
It is expected at this point in time that he will utilize the graduate transfer rule and be eligible to play in the 2016 season for his new team.
More news will come out about Webb over the coming months about where he will play his next season of football. Make sure to keep checking back with Campus Sports, as we will have the updates for you as they become available.
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