Defensive tackle/offensive tackle Tim High (6-2, 301, 5.2) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne has one offer on the table but that list could expand in the very near future.
"Cal has been coming on strong for Tim," Narbonne recruiting coordinator Craig Armstrong said. "The Bears have been coming on strong ever since the NIKE Camp at Stanford."
"Cal hasn't offered yet, but I think their going," Armstrong said. "Right now UNLV is the only team that has offered him but he's been getting a ton of calls lately. Everyone in the Pac 10 except for Stanford and USC are in contact."
"Tim has set one visit to Fresno State for January 6th," Armstrong said. "He will also visit UNLV but they don't have a date yet."
High plays both ways for Narbonne, and he's really picked up his game as a defensive tackle. This season is the first time High has started at defensive tackle, prior to his senior season, he played primarily offensive tackle.
As a defensive tackle, he has racked up approximately 60 tackles, 8 sacks, and two fumble recoveries.
"We are expecting big things for Tim along the recruiting trail for Tim over the next few weeks," Armstrong said. "We are just getting his senior tape out now."
"I believe once the colleges see Tim perform as a defensive tackle," Armstrong said. "Colleges are going to jump on him."
"I think Tim's position on the D-I level is as a defensive tackle," Armstrong said. "He's got great quickness off the ball."
"The only thing keeping Tim from having several offers as a defensive tackle is he just hasn't played enough position yet." Armstrong said. "As an offensive lineman, Tim is somewhat of a tweener, but as a defensive tackle, he fits the bill."