Treyaun Webb is one of the best players from the Jacksonville, FL area in the Class of 2023.
The 5-foot-11, 169-pound Webb, who attends Trinity Christian Academy, is a versatile player that plays both sides of the ball as a defensive back and wide receiver for the Forestview Steelers organization.
Webb has earned plenty of awards and recognition during his career, most recently winning the 7th grade MVP at FSG’s Jacksonville camp.
Webb is grateful for the opportunity to showcase his skills against some of the best of the best.
“Winning the FSP MVP felt good because all my hard work paid off and I was glad to show the coaches what I could bring to the table. I felt like I did good and performed well but I still need to work on things,” Webb said. “At the camp I learned that you have to be patient and learn how to break on the ball faster. The best thing I did at the camp was when I was playing off and somebody ran a double move and I didn't bite on the first move and I was able to break on the ball at the highest point.”
No matter the opponent, on each snap Webb is determined to give it his all.
Webb is going all out.
The motor is always at full throttle whenever Webb steps between the lines.
“My mindset at DB is to not let the wide receiver off the line and play my technique and make sure he doesn't catch the ball,” Webb said. “At running back it's don't let one man tackle you in open space.”
Webb has great passion and energy whenever he’s on the gridiron. Webb tells why he enjoys the game of football so much.
“One thing I love the most about football is that it helps me become a team player,” Webb said.
Webb has learned many valuable lessons from playing football that he applies to his everyday life.
The main one is applying perspective to all situations.
“Football has taught me so much with work ethic,” Webb said. “It helps me remain humble and focused to do my best in school.”
Webb takes his role as one of the leaders on the team very seriously. Webb makes sure he’s a daily positive influence on his peers.
“I try to be a good teammate by setting a good example on each play and rep,” Webb said. “The best advice I've given is to stay humble and don't try to rush things. Let your play do the talking.”
Webb tries to pattern his style of play on both sides of the ball after these dynamic playmakers.
“I look up to two players: Odell Beckham and Jalen Ramsey,” Webb said. “I look up to them because they both are smart, they play big, confident and they can back it up. Plus they have a love for the game.”
Webb recalls his favorite football memory.
“My first high school touchdown and I was only 12 years old in 7th grade playing JV against 16 year olds,” Webb said.
When not playing football, Webb loves doing math.
“Because it’s easy and it helps me think,” Webb said.
Webb is excited about where the future will take him both as a player and a person.
“My goals on the field is the Heisman and the NFL,” Webb said. “My goals off the field are a degree and a wealthy career.”
Youth1’s Recruiting Counselors are on a mission to educate student-athletes and families about the recruiting process. The process starts early and is very competitive so we want to make sure we do whatever we can for families interested in learning more about the college athletic recruiting process. We’re here to answer your questions and provide guidance through the important decisions that will shape your athlete's journey in sports.
Enter your information below to speak to a Youth1 Recruiting Counselor.
This article was written and posted by one of our talented contributors. If you think you've got the writing, research and social media skills to join Youth1's freelance team then send a resume and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.