Vanderbilt fifth-year senior Ralph Webb believes he's the best running back in college football.
"I think I'm the best running back in the nation. ... I think my film is as good as anyone else's in the country," Webb said.
NFL analyst Lance Zierlein doesn't rank Webb in his top 10 running backs entering the season.
"I'm used to it. I've been underrated my whole life, so I use it as motivation to rise up, prove everyone wrong, and be the best I can be," Webb said. "We might not get the same publicity. Other SEC schools get a lot of the media attention, so therefore a lot of great guys might be underrated. ... Film, stats, consistency, none of that lies. I haven't missed a game. Thank God, I haven't missed a game the past three years. I think I've gotten better every year."
Webb has rushed for 3,342 career yards at Vanderbilt, already a school record with a season of eligibility remaining. He ranks as the SEC's 20th all-time rusher.