Vanderbilt's Ralph Webb aiming for all-time SEC status

Vanderbilt running back Ralph Webb leaves Ole Miss defenders in his wake during an 11-yard touchdown run last November in Nashville.

What more does Ralph Webb have to do?

We're about to find out.

Webb is the most accomplished running back in Vanderbilt history, but he often remains overlooked in Southeastern Conference circles due to more recognized rushers such as Georgia's Nick Chubb, LSU's Derrius Guice, Auburn's Kamryn Pettway and Alabama's Bo Scarbrough.

"Ralph Webb is probably the most underrated back in this conference," Commodores fourth-year coach Derek Mason said at SEC media days. "He's the back that nobody talks about, but all he does is perform. You put him on a stage, and he's going to be big.

photo Vanderbilt running back Ralph Webb enters his senior season already the program's rushing leader for a single season (1,283 yards as a junior) and career (3,342 yards on 739 carries).