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Junior College Defensive Back Lardarius Webb Jr. Includes OSU in Top 3 after Official Visit

Webb’s father played nine seasons with the Ravens.

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A junior college cornerback with an NFL pedigree put Oklahoma State in his top group after a visit to Stillwater.

Lardarius Webb Jr. put out his Top 3 Thursday evening: Oklahoma State, Kansas and Mississippi State. Listed at 5-foot-10, 170 pounds, Webb is the son of Lardarius Webb Sr., who played nine seasons with the Baltimore Ravens. Webb Sr. played in 127 career games as an NFL defensive back, where he had 467 total tackles and 15 interceptions.

Webb Jr. plays his junior college ball at Jones College in Mississippi. He had six interceptions, six pass breakups, 28 tackles and four tackles for loss this season. Webb took an official visit to Stillwater this past weekend as the Cowboys beat Iowa State.

Webb was a three-star prospect at the high school level at Jackson Academy (Mississippi) before going the junior college route.

Webb is the second JUCO defensive back to include Oklahoma State in his top group recently, joining NEO’s Kendel Dolby, who put OSU in his Top 10.

Oklahoma State has 11 commits in its 2023 class after Texas offensive lineman Gage Stanaland committed this week. OSU’s class ranks 70th nationally and ninth in the Big 12.

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