Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic tight end Jack Tabb recently returned to his New Jersey home after his second round of trips to schools for the summer and he spoke with Rivals.com about how all his visits went.
Michigan, Purdue, Cincinnati and North Carolina were the four schools that Tabb visited over the past week and each of those trips were informative, giving him plenty to think about as his season draws closer.
"We actually just got back home yesterday," Tabb said on Saturday.
"I liked Michigan a lot. They were my most recent offer and I liked it a lot. They said I could play tight end or linebacker and that's good. I really enjoyed my trip out there.
"Purdue was a little different. It's not as big and not as fancy but I really like the people that were out there, the coaches and all the players. They're recruiting me for tight end.
"I liked Cincinnati, too. It's new and nice. They have a very new facility and they're recruiting me for tight end also. They clearly get the ball to their tight ends.
"The UNC trip was really good and they're also tight end. I got to see their practice since they started their camp on Friday. I got to meet all the coaches and I spent some time with coach (Butch) Davis. I'd like to study broadcasting and they're top three in that, which is great."
Tabb said he is hoping to start narrowing his list down before too long.
He may be taking an unofficial visit to Arkansas before his senior season begins. Tabb is planning on using at least some of his official visits in the fall.
Last fall he caught seven passes for 177 yards and two touchdowns. He also recorded 52 tackles, five tackles for loss and two sacks.