Three-star tight end Jack Tabb from Red Bank Catholic is one of the top uncommitted prospects from New Jersey in the Class of 2011 and he will be taking at least one more official visit before he makes his decision.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect recently returned from Michigan, his second official visit of the recruiting process. He had already been to Iowa and now he has two Big Ten schools to compare to one another.
"Michigan was very good," Tabb recalled. "I had a great time. I couldn't have asked for a better trip.
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"They definitely have a need and a want for a tight end and that's a very good thing. In fact, that's one of the most important things. They would definitely have you moving all over the field, at tight end, in the slot and in the backfield."
Tabb said one of the highlights of the trip was talking to members of the coaching staff. He said they made it very clear that he would be a big addition to the program and he felt comfortable around all of them.
What does the future hold for Tabb?
"On December 3 I'm going to North Carolina and then possibly to Arkansas or Florida, something like that," he said. "I'm definitely going to make the UNC game, though."
While Red Bank Catholic's season has ended they will play in a Thanksgiving Day game on Thursday.