Raleigh Webb is the son of Rod and Cindy Webb. After completing his undergraduate degree in business administration, he went on to earn a Master of Science degree in business administration, a graduate certificate in leadership, and a Master of Science degree in leadership.
Webb earned a letter in each of his four years of college football. He was a key contributor to Allatoona’s 2015 Georgia AAAAA state championship run, in which the team finished with a record of 14-1 overall.
Webb finished his senior season with 117 tackles, 4.0 for loss, four interceptions, and two forced fumbles. As a junior, he contributed to the Buccaneers’ success by recording 66 tackles, one interception, and one forced fumble.
These contributions helped the Buccaneers go undefeated during the regular season, win the region championship, and advance to the semifinal round of the state playoffs. During his sophomore year, he recorded 32 tackles and one interception, helping Allatoona earn a spot in the state playoff bracket.
Webb made his collegiate debut against Newberry, in which game he started all 11 games and caught two passes for a total of 39 yards. During the course of the season, he hauled in 13 passes for a total of 331 yards and three touchdowns.
In the game against Clemson, Webb recorded his longest reception of the season with 61 yards. In the game against Mercer, he had three receptions for 47 yards. At Furman, he had two receptions, which he turned into 70 yards and one touchdown.
Does Raleigh Webb Have Any Kids?
Raleigh Webb does not have any children of his own or any adopted children. The wide receiver currently signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Baltimore Ravens.