Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic prospect Jack Tabb is one of the nation's top remaining uncommitted tight ends.
As such, he's garnering a lot of attention as we approach National Signing Day.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect has kept his options open for a while. He recently announced that he had narrowed his list to just four schools with the possibility that a fifth could make a jump up the charts if they offer.
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"It's kind of down to UNC, Michigan, Arkansas and Iowa," Tabb relayed on Wednesday afternoon, echoing statements from earlier in the week.
"Maybe Miami if they offer. It's possible they might. If they do I'll probably take an official visit. I'm gonna call coach (Al) Golden later this evening."
Whether Miami offers or not will be a big factor in Tabb's recruitment. The three-star tight end thinks highly of Golden and Miami is obviously an attractive destination for tight ends.
Tabb has already taken official visits to each of the other four schools remaining on his list. The most recent official he took was to Arkansas, and that came a couple of weeks ago.