"My top five is USC, Cal, UCLA, Michigan and Nebraska," said Babb. "I'm going to wait to take all five trips and I'll decide in January."
Babb, whose father Lance was a track star at USC, said that among his top five no favorite has emerged, though his long-standing ties to USC has put them in a good position. He does still await an offer from the Trojans.
UCLA had been recruiting Babb heavily early on, but he said he'd like to hear more from them this summer.
Babb was one of the most impressive players at the B2G Elite Football Program this past weekend. He had a slow start at the beginning of the first practice, but from that point on, he was probably the most dominant receiver in attendance.
Interestingly enough, Michigan and Cal like Babb for the defensive side of the ball. "Cal and Michigan told me they like me as a defensive back, maybe as a cornerback," said Babb. "I prefer to play receiver, but I'm open." Babb's only previous camp experience this year was at the Nike Camp in Los Angeles, where he clocked a 4.6 in the forty, a time he was somewhat disappointed in. A trackster, Babb said he would like to possibly do track in college.
During his junior year, Babb had 54 receptions for 919 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Academically, Babb has a 2.3 GPA and scored a 950 on the old-style SAT.