Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic tight end Jack Tabb hasn't taken any of his official visits yet but that could be about to change.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect from the Garden State has been talking about taking a trip to Arkansas since the summer and he may be close to finally doing that. It would be quite a weekend to check out the school, as Arkansas is taking on Alabama, the number one team in the nation in one of the most hyped SEC games of the season.
"I'm actually in the process of maybe setting up one [official visit] to Arkansas for this weekend because we have a bye, and then the next weekend maybe I'll go to Iowa for the Iowa-Penn State weekend."
The atmosphere at Arkansas is sure to be electric with the Razorbacks off to an undefeated start behind their high-powered offense.
Since the start of the contact period Tabb has been in contact with those two schools -- Arkansas and Iowa -- as well as North Carolina, Michigan, Florida and Wisconsin, among others.
Red Bank Catholic is 2-0 on the season and Tabb has been drawing a lot of attention from defenses. He caught just one pass for six yards in Red Bank Catholic's season opener but caught the game winning touchdown with less than a minute to play in their most recent game. Defensively he hasn't racked up a large number of tackles because he has been predominantly in coverage.
"I feel like I'm playing at least up to my hype," Tabb noted. "It's still a long season, though."
Tabb is ranked the No. 32 tight end in the nation by Rivals.com.