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Two-Sport Star Has Two-Position Versatility

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Bloomsburg's Larry Webster has gone from basketball star to quarterback sacker to likely NFL draft pick. Webster, whose father played in the NFL, talked to Packer Report in our latest exclusive.

Larry Webster III, the son of former NFL player Larry Webster Jr., was a big fish in a small pond at Bloomsburg. Except the pond wasn't football. Webster was an all-conference performer in basketball. A four-year starter for the Division II school, Webster recorded career averages of 11.1 points on 63.2 percent shooting, 7.3 rebounds and 1.8 blocks . With his basketball eligibility complete... Recommended Stories

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