Height: 6’2

Class: 2023

School: Quality Education Academy

Travel Team: Team Trezz

Freshman Season (JV): 18.4 PPG

Sophomore Season: 11.2 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 2.7 APG, 38% 3P

Junior Season: 21.1 PPG, 5.3 RPG, 3.2 APG, 1.7 SPG

Reclass Junior Season: Incomplete

What Was Previously Said: It should go without saying but Sheed Wallace Select was easily one of the most exciting, entertaining teams on display, and Keyon Webb is an undeniably large part of their overall appeal. Like pretty much everyone else on the roster, he’s extremely tough and gritty with athleticism and a high motor. Webb offers a pretty fluid identity as a player, able to legitimately run a team or apply pressure alongside another primary ball-handler. His knockdown shooting ability from midrange and beyond the arc is what makes him such a useful threat without the ball in his hands. However, Webb is equally as strong off the catch and dribble—both from midrange and distance. He handles the ball well, displays IQ and craftiness as a creator, and sets up others at a nice rate. Webb also looks to attack in transition, where he’s a proven finisher or setup artist. Although early, scholarship-level coaches should already be laying groundwork. 

What To Expect:

Last season was somewhat of a bumpy road for Keyon Webb—but not due to any lack of ability. Regardless of the past twelve months, there is a lot to like about the smooth, well-rounded guard prospect. The numbers listed above depict Webb’s overall identity pretty accurately throughout the years. He’s always shown point guard ability and been able to score the ball, yet understands the required balance in running a team on both ends of the floor. Webb displays IQ, poise, and patience with the ball in his hands, but is also assertive enough to take advantage of any available scoring opportunities. He’s an excellent perimeter shooter, both from midrange and beyond the arc, and actively looks to take opponents off the bounce whenever possible. Webb is a reliable playmaker with useful vision, ball-handling, and a willingness to make the right play. Additionally, he rebounds his position well and consistently makes his presence felt as a defender at the point of attack. Now at Quality Education Academy, Webb should have ample opportunity to prove himself as a priority to various scholarship-level programs.