Davis Webb was the starting quarterback for the Texas Tech Red Raiders in his freshman and sophomore seasons in, before being benched for Patrick Mahomes in 2015.
A few weeks ago, Webb announced his intentions to transfer and he could be close to a decision for his final season of eligibility.
According to reports, Webb is set to visit the Colorado Buffaloes.
Texas Tech transfer QB Davis Webb will be visiting the #cubuffs this weekend. Grad transfer can play right away.
— Brian Howell (@BrianHowell33) January 12, 2016
The Buffaloes finished 4-9 in 2015, but they certainly seemed to be improving as five of the nine losses came by an average of just 5.6 points, including a three-point loss to the PAC-12 South Champions, USC. Webb could certainly help them make the next step they need to compete once again.
In 23 career appearances with the Red Raiders, Webb threw for 5,557 yards, 46 touchdowns, and 22 interceptions. However, he only threw for 300 yards and two scores in five games in 2015.
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