FRISCO, Texas -- One of the most dominating camp performers over the last two offseason circuits, plenty of eyes were on 247Sports Composite five-star offensive lineman Clay Webb through three days of competition against the nation's best at The Opening Finals. The Oxford (Ala.) standout had some ups and downs throughout the event, working at center, guard and even each tackle spot throughout each day of intense action at The Star, practice home of the Dallas Cowboys.

The 6-foot-3, 289-pound prospect kicked off the event strongly, finishing the first day of competition with a 3-2-1 record while every competitor was in helmets. The highlight of the day, and perhaps between all linemen Sunday, was Webb's pancake of eventual The Opening Finals defensive line MVP and Antioch (Caif.) Pittsburg four-star prospect Jacob Bandes. Webb would work against many of the top trench talents all week long, including 247Sports No. 1 overall prospect and defensive end Zach Harrison, of Lewis Center (Ohio) Olentangy Orange, and top defensive tackle Ishmael Sopsher, of Amite (La.), along with many other blue-chip recruits.

Day two wasn't as successful for Webb, who sported just a 1-4-1 record according to 247Sports analysis on hand to chart every OL/DL rep that went down. This was the day the majority of the competition was able to add shoulder pads to the arsenal while Webb and the rest of the prospects from Alabama, Louisiana and Ohio were relegated to just helmets because of state rules. So Webb got plenty familiar with Harrison, Sopsher and four-star Auburn (Ala.) edge rusher Mohamoud Diabate.

The third and final day saw Webb slow Harrison twice at right tackle, split with Sopsher while working at left guard and walling off Diabate as a left tackle. The elite prospect rebounded in a big way to close the event despite playing out of position well more than not.

Alabama holds each of the 11 247Sports Crystal Ball selections for Webb's recruitment at this time, but he has yet to name a leader at any point in the process. Georgia and Auburn have long been considered the top competition for the Crimson Tide while Clemson and LSU each hosted him for a camp workout just last month. He has maintained no rush to the process, has yet to set any official visits and continues to point towards December, where he will sign and look to enroll at his school of choice in January, as his only decision timetable.

The industry-generated 247Sports Composite pegs Webb as the No. 11 overall prospect in the class of 2019, atop the board among those projected to play the center position. The consensus top prospect in the state of Alabama, 247Sports tabs the senior as the No. 40 overall prospect in the country, also No. 1 among future centers.