Tabor says USC will be on shortened list
06/28/2013 12:19 AM
06/28/2013 12:21 AM
DB Jalen Tabor of the District of Columbia has narrowed his list down to "eight to ten" schools and named USC as one of them. "I don't want to say the list because I'm scared I'll leave one or two off," Tabor admitted. "I can say that South Carolina is definitely one of my top eight."
Tabor said he feels comfortable with what the Gamecocks can offer saying, "I mean it's SEC football, you know? It's a competitive league and (USC) is a good school. It's somewhere I feel like I can go in and play and compete for a job."
Tabor has maintained contact with the USC coaching staff and says they want him to visit. He plans to visit several Southern schools including USC. Some of the other schools he mentioned he would like to visit include Alabama, Vanderbilt and Florida.
His offers include USC, Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Tennessee, Florida State, Vanderbilt, Michigan, North Carolina, NC State, Maryland and West Virginia among others. He does not have a favorite.
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