Cowboys Get William & Mary Corner B.W. Webb In Fourth

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys selected a cornerback with their fourth round pick at No. 114 overall in William & Mary's B.W. Webb.

Webb becomes the second player from William & Mary to be drafted by the Cowboys in the last four years, after Dallas selected defensive lineman Sean Lissemore in the seventh round in the 2010 NFL Draft.

After recording eight interceptions his redshirt freshman season, Webb had just three the next three years combined as teams largely stayed away from him.  He earned second-team all-conference honors as a punt returner his senior year, returning a punt 91 yards for a touchdown against Delaware.

Webb will add depth to a position with two clear starters already in place in Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne.

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