Three-star combo guard Wynston Tabbs is one that emerged a lot as a junior, and he capped things off with a strong showing this past weekend at the Metro Challenge. Tabbs continues to improve, and looks set to have a big spring with Team Takeover.
“I think I had a good high school season,” said Tabbs of his junior year. “Our season ended earlier than I wanted, but I definitely got more confident as a player and improved on my ability to get to the rim.”
On the recruiting trail things are beginning to pick up for Tabbs who has three schools recruiting him the hardest.
Penn State has made it a focus to recruiting the Washington D.C. are the past several years, and Tabbs likes what he is seeing from the Nittany Lions.
“They let their guards play and they have a good young roster that is building,” said Tabbs of Penn State. “It is just the type of school I’d like to play for.”
About St. Joseph’s he said, “They do a good job of developing guards and getting them to the next level, and they tell me that I could be the next guy.”
One of the schools located closest to his house is George Washington, and the Colonials continue to push hard in this recruitment.
“I am just getting familiar with them,” said Tabbs of George Washington. “I haven’t seen too much of how they play, but it is close to home and it is a really good school.”
At the moment Tabbs says he is in no hurry to make a decision, but he does know what he is looking for in a school.
“I am looking for a place where I have a good relationship with the coaches and a place where they can help me get to the next level,” said Tabbs.”