Former Jayhawk Scott Webb Inducted Into High School Hall Of Fame

Dec. 16, 2008

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Former University of Kansas football kicker Scott Webb will be inducted into the Union High School Athletic Hall of Fame in Tulsa, Okla. on Tuesday, Dec. 16. The induction will take place between basketball games that evening.

Webb, who was a two-time All-Big 12 Honorable Mention kicker at Kansas from 2004-07, was a standout at the Tulsa high school before his collegiate career began. At Union, Webb was an all-state kicker, making 11 field goals and 74 of 76 PATs his senior year in 2002.

Webb earned six letters in football and soccer and was part of two state championship football teams at Union.

He finished his KU career making 47 of 68 field goals, as well as 159 of 164 PATs. His 47 made field goals rank third in school history as does his 69.1 field goal percentage. He owns school marks for PATs made and attempted in both career, season and single-game categories.

Webb also owns school records with 44 consecutive PATs made in 2007 and 120 points in 2007. His 300 career points were just two shy of the school mark held by Dan Eichloff.