The Offers Keep Coming for RBC’s Jack Tabb

Posted by Scott Stump – http://twitter.com/Scott_Stump

E-mail: stump@allshoremedia.com

For a player who doesn’t have a whole lot of varsity football experience (one year), Red Bank Catholic junior Jack Tabb has become a prime target of some of the nation’s top football programs. He now has seven Division I offers – Rutgers, Maryland, Purdue, Iowa, Florida, North Carolina and Pittsburgh, according to Caseys coach Jim Portela.

If I’m not mistaken, Tabb is the first Shore Conference player to get an offer from perennial national title contender Florida since Knowshon Moreno’s days at Middletown South. For a 6-4, 250-pound tight end, he runs well and is athletic. I don’t even think he caught 10 passes last season as a junior because RBC was more of a run-oriented team behind the tandem of Andrew Casten and Kevin Whitlock. I believe rising junior Ryan Spahr, who is a baseball standout with a strong arm, looks to be the Caseys’ next quarterback, so I would think Tabb will be more of an impact offensive player as a senior. But as we all know, it’s not necessarily what you do in high school, it’s what you project to do at the next level, and Tabb has all the requisite measurements and times to put him front and center in the recruiting efforts of a lot of quality programs.

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2 Responses to “The Offers Keep Coming for RBC’s Jack Tabb”

  1. DJ Cassaro Says:

    Can’t wait for the season to start. I’m a big RBC fan. The new field should be ready by august. On the Tabb front, if he plays up to his potential he will make the Def that much better. He needs to prove it to his team which is still led by Kasten,Dorsi and Paolilo. I hear he is a great kid. I wish him and the rest of the Caseys luck.

  2. Squab Says:

    Stump I believe art first was offered by florida

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