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May 01, 2013

Cowboys draft pick remembers Sean Lissemore at William & Mary: 'I was actually scared of him'

Rookie cornerback B.W. Webb, the Cowboys’ fourth-round pick last weekend out of William & Mary, is going to know at least one face among the veterans when OTAs start up.

Sean Lissemore is a William & Mary product, too.

Does he know him?

“Yes, I do.”

How well?

“When I first got there, I was actually scared of him – this big, quiet guy,” Webb said, remembering in a conference call with reporters. “But as the year went on, me and him got along great. And even when I got down to Dallas, he came and saw me when I was at the facility. I definitely keep in contact with him.”

Lissemore is in his fourth year with the Cowboys after being a seventh-round pick in 2010. Last year, the Cowboys signed him to a three-year extension that goes through 2016.

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez

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