Former Ohio State safety Damon Webb will sign with the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent, a source close to Webb told Eleven Warriors following Saturday's final day of the NFL draft.
Ohio State later confirmed the signing through its official Twitter account.
By signing with the Titans, Webb will be reunited with former Ohio State assistant coach Kerry Coombs, who is now the Titans' secondary coach.
A two-year starter for the Buckeyes at safety, Webb led the 2017 Buckeyes with five interceptions and finished his four-year Ohio State career with 131 total tackles. Although he went undrafted, Webb drew praise from several draft analysts in the weeks leading up to the draft, with Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo describing Webb as the "best pure free safety in the draft."