Raleigh Webb earned a Master of Science degree in business administration, a graduate certificate in leadership, and a Master of Science degree in leadership after completing his undergraduate degree in business administration.
Webb was a letter winner in all four years of college football. He was a key contributor to Allatoona’s 2015 Georgia AAAAA state championship run, which saw the team go 14-1 overall.
Webb had 117 tackles, 4.0 sacks, four interceptions, and two forced fumbles as a senior. He contributed to the Buccaneers’ success as a junior, recording 66 tackles, one interception, and one forced fumble.
These contributions enabled the Buccaneers to go undefeated during the regular season, win the region championship, and advance to the state playoff semifinal round. He had 32 tackles and one interception as a sophomore, helping Allatoona reach the state playoff bracket.
Webb made his collegiate debut against Newberry, starting all 11 games and catching two passes for 39 yards. Throughout the season, he caught 13 passes for a total of 331 yards and three touchdowns.
Webb had his longest reception of the season against Clemson, measuring 61 yards. He caught three passes for 47 yards in the game against Mercer. He had two receptions for 70 yards and one touchdown while at Furman.
Where Is Raleigh Webb From?
Raleigh Webb is Rod and Cindy Webb’s son. The Baltimore Ravens Wide receiver was born in Acworth, Georgia, United States