At the DMV Tip-Off one of the top prospects was class of 2018 guard Wynston Tabbs. Tabbs shined in his team’s win, and continued to show why he is going to be on the high-major radar for quite some time.
“The season is going pretty well,” said Tabbs. “I am working to be more consistent with my jump shot and also tighten up my handle.”
On the recruiting trail Tabbs is already attracting significant attention.
“I am hearing from Penn State, Saint Joseph’s, Cincinnati, George Washington, and a few other schools,” said Tabbs.
George Washington was in to see Tabbs at the DMV Tip-Off, and the Colonials have made sure to make Tabbs feel like a priority.
“I have a good relationship with them,” said Tabbs. “They hit me up after every game to see how things are going, so that is good.”
Penn State has also made sure to make it known that Tabbs is a top priority, he likes the situation in State College.
“Penn State has a good guard right now in Tony Carr and they said that I would play in the same backcourt as him so that is good,” said Tabbs. “Also I like how they play.”
About Cincinnati, Tabbs said, “Cincinnati is a good school. They are known for defense and I like that, and they like tough players like myself.”
At this point Tabbs has no timeframe for a decision, but he does want to go through the process and gain as much information as possible about potential colleges.