Braylon Webb

Missouri Tigers #9 - Safety

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: JR

2020 Missouri Position Previews: Safety

Safety might be the strongest position on the defense and the 4-2-5 throws three of them out there. You’re probably familiar with the top two guys, so here’s the rest of their friends.

20 for 20: #19 - No offense necessary

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Sometimes the best offense is a good defense (and special teams.)

Recruiting DNA of Missouri’s Best Teams

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Recruiting is important, but Missouri has to do it in a different way. What classes made up some of the best seasons in recent Tiger football history?

Mizzou Football All-Decade Team: The Defense

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Who cracks the top line for each position over the course of a decade full of really really good defenders.

Looking back at Missouri’s stellar 2010 recruiting class

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What can that class tell us about how Missouri should be recruiting?

My 5 favorite Mizzou linebackers of the last 20 years

From Sean Weatherspoon to its current head coach, Mizzou has had some tremendous linebackers through the years.

Third-down scheming and long-ball throwing

The Tigers showed the Vandals’ offense six different faces on third and fourth downs.

Diving Deep into Missouri Depth Charts

We have our first Missouri football depth chart of the fall. How accurate will that end up being?

Bring Back that ‘07 and ‘13 Feeling

How can MU duplicate the success of its recent vintage top-5 teams?

Mizzou's rebuilt defense is awesome

Arkansas State averaged only 2.9 yards per play and 2.6 yards per carry against a Missouri defense that was frequently disadvantaged and tired out by the Tigers' offensive failures.

Sherrils isn't letting go of the starting SS job

Two years after a traumatic car accident, Anthony Sherrils has latched onto the starting strong safety role for Missouri and hasn't let it go.

Who's on your All-Pinkel team?

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The Columbia Missourian put out its All-Pinkel Mizzou team. Who did they miss? Plus: Grantland breaks down Mitch Morse, PowerMizzou breaks down Darius Anderson, and classes began at Mizzou yesterday.