Jeremy Tabuyo is projected as one of the top receivers in the West for the class of 2013 with two offers already and is hearing from schools all over the country.
"My recruitment is going pretty good. Hopefully it will pick up more though once the season starts. So far Utah and Hawaii have offered. I've also been talking to a lot of schools like Iowa, UCLA, and Stanford."
Besides the two schools that have offered, Tabuyo is also high on the defending Pac 12 champs.
"I'd really like an offer from Oregon. I like their fast-paced offense a lot."
As for the Utes, the 5-11, 180 pound junior to be is liking what he hears and has strong family ties to the state.
"Utah is a great school. I have a lot of friends that are there and a friend with a relative on the team that has told me about the school. If I did end up going there, I think I'd end up having a great experience. I've never been out to Utah, but I have a lot of family that lives there and they always tell me about how much they like it there."
Team unity is important to Tabuyo and he's interested in checking out a few schools to see how the team interacts and plays together before making a decision.
"I'm interested to see how each team plays together and how close they are. I'm also looking for a school with great academics. Also the offense that they run and how they run it is important."
With two years of high school football still to play, Tabuyo is in no rush to make a decision and will be taking all the time he needs.
"I think I'll wait until I get closer to my senior year, that way I can get a few more offers and have more schools to choose from."
Tabuyo With Utah Family Ties
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