Weight: 195 pounds
Drafted By: Denver Broncos (3rd round, 90th overall)
40 Yard Dash: 4.34
Bench Press: 14 reps
Vertical Jump: 35″
Broad Jump: 10’5″
Career Highlights (via South Florida athletics site)
2012: Appeared in all 12 games, starting 11, at cornerback … was invited to the East-West Shrine Game … led the team with 82 tackles to go along with two sacks, four TFL, six PBU and three forced fumbles … had three tackles versus Chattanooga … posted eight tackles, a PBU and a forced fumble at Nevada … tallied seven tackles versus Rutgers … notched 12 tackles, two TFL and two PBU against Florida St. … added eight tackles at Temple … had 12 tackles and a PBU versus Syracuse … added seven stops against UConn … notched five tackles, a sack, a PBU and a forced fumble at Miami … posted eight tackles at Cincinnati … tallied seven tackles, a sack, a PBU and a forced fumble against Pittsburgh.
2011: Started all 11 games he played at cornerback …missed the Louisville game due to injury … a second-team All-BIG EAST selection … posted 49 tackles, a TFL, two INTs, seven PBU, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery … tallied three tackles and a PBU at Notre Dame … also returned a fumble 96 yards for a TD against the Irish … notched five tackles and a TFL against Ball St. … recorded seven tackles and a forced fumble at Pitt … added seven stops and a PBU at UConn … posted two tackles, an INT and two PBU at Rutgers … added four stops at Syracuse … tallied seven tackles and a PBU versus Miami … posted five tackles and two PBU against West Virginia.
2010: Played in all 13 games, starting four, at corner … tallied 29 tackles and a TFL … posted three tackles against Stony Brook … earned the start at Florida and posted two tackles … added four tackles versus WKU … notched two tackles against FAU … set a career high with eight tackles versus Syracuse … added a TFL at WVU … posted five tackles at Miami.
2009: Played in 13 games, starting six, at cornerback as a true freshman … recorded 30 tackles, 2.5 TFL, an INT, two PBU and a fumble recovery … had a season-high six tackles while playing almost every defensive snap against UConn … recovered a fumble against Charleston Southern … reeled in first career INT against Syracuse and returned it 34 yards.
|Kayvon Webster – Career Statistics|
Scouting Report/Player Notes
Webster is a guy who has a lot of intriguing tools to me. He has excellent speed and athleticism at the cornerback position, and one thing that jumps out to me in what I’ve seen and heard from him is the effort he gives on every play. I think he is the kind of guy that can help your team in a variety of ways, starting out on special teams and in specialty packages defensively. His speed will allow him to be a gunner on the punt and kickoff team, and I think eventually he could develop into a significant contributor for a defense. He certainly has the physical tools to do so. He’s at his best in press coverage, and in blitzing situations. He needs work on his technique, especially further downfield. He can hit like a ton of bricks, and led his team in tackles as a senior. I think he has a lot to work with, and will need some seasoning, but the tools are there, and so is the heart and desire. He tries to emulate Champ Bailey with his press coverage, and it’s clear he’s worked hard at that area of his game. Would like to see him make more interceptions, and get his hands on the ball because he has excellent speed.
Video Highlights (via YouTube)