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Tight End
6-5 / 235 / Freshman
Atlanta, GA
Marist HS
@gTab_94

 

Attends Marist High School in Atlanta, Ga....played for head coach Alan Chadwick...rated as a four-star recruit by ESPN.com...ranked the 167th overall player in the nation by ESPN.com...listed as the 17th best tight end in the nation by Scout.com and 24th by 247Sports.com...tabbed the 17th best athlete in the nation by ESPN.com...slotted as the 18th overall prospect in Georgia by ESPN.com and 35th by Scout.com...named All-Southeast-Region by PrepStar...selected to the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl...earned First-Team Class AAAA All-State honors by the Associated Press and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution...named Touchdown Club of Atlanta Lineman of the Week...earned three varsity letters while playing tight end, outside linebacker, defensive end and right tackle...led school to the semifinals of the AAAA state playoffs...made 31 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, eight sacks and 18 hurries as a senior on defense, plus 11 receptions for 158 yards and five touchdowns on offense...also lettered in basketball...parents are Ignacio and Maria Taboada...has one older brother, Ignacio, who played tennis at the University of Georgia (2008-12)...born in Atlanta, Ga....full name is Gregorio Luis Taboada.


Why I chose Stanford?
“I chose Stanford because of the tight end resume that Stanford has created in the past couple of years, and the education was very attractive because of the opportunities it can lead to after college.”

The game I watched which made me first believe that I wanted to go to Stanford:
“After the 2012 Stanford vs. Oregon game, I realized that Stanford was the team I wanted to be a part of. As one watched that game, the Stanford players just looked like a bunch of hard workers that never gave up, and that reminded me of my high school football team.”

 

 


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