• In Austin 2022 Webber and John Hyden broke the AVP record for having the biggest age discrepancy between partners in a main draw (23 years, 0 months and 22 days difference in age).
2021: Webber and Evan Cory played in all three AVP tournaments. After losing in the qualifier in the first one, the duo was seeded directly into the main draw for the last two, finishing ninth and 13th. Webber ended the year ranked eighth in both blocks (1.38 per set) and kills (6.63 per set). He competed once internationally, finishing 13th with Michael Boag.
2020: Did not compete.
2019: Webber played eight AVP tournaments with four different partners. He had a best of 13th in one of his two tournaments with Christian Honer, then played in two qualifiers with Michael Boag. Webber and David Vander Meer advanced from the qualifier to place 17th in their one event together. Webber concluded the season playing three times alongside Ben Vaught, finishing 17th each time. Webber did not play in enough matches to qualify for the rankings, but would have finished third in both aces (.86 per set) and blocks (1.86 per set).
2018: Webber and Charles VanRees played in two AVP qualifiers. He missed his final week of college to play in an FIVB event in Huntington Beach, advancing through the country quota and qualifier to reach the main draw, placing 33rd with David Vander Meer.
2017: Webber and Charles VanRees played in two AVP qualifiers.
2016: Webber played one qualifier on another domestic tour.
2015: Webber played in an AVP qualifier with Chad Bergman at the age of 19.
College: Webber played volleyball at Cincinnati Christian University.
Personal: Webber has an older sister, Libby, who played volleyball at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Logan was an assistant coach for the women's volleyball team at Cincinnati Christian and assistant coach for the men's volleyball team at Cornerstone University.