We asked if any coaches had been out to see him at his high school and Tarver replied, "Arizona and Oregon State. Coach Olson and Pastner, then Jay John and Brian Lloyd."
Tarver said he has yet to set up any official visits. "I've been really busy this spring – this is the first weekend I haven't been playing," said Tarver. "I know Georgia Tech and Wake Forest have been trying to get in touch with me, but I haven't had a chance to get back to them."
We asked Tarver if there are any schools he'll definitely visit. "Arizona and Oregon State – I'll definitely visit them."
Tarver told us he has a GPA around 3.0 and he has a qualifying score on the SAT.
CAT TRACKS' ANALYSIS: Tarver struggled when we saw him in Las Vegas, but rebounded at the Kingwood Classic and really turned heads. We've always felt that Tarver had great upside, but had a lot to work on. Apparently, he showcased additional skills after changing AAU teams and that combined with his great potential has attracted a number of teams.