Greg Taboada a special talent

By Eric Domingo
Notre Dame Football
Steve Mitchell-US Presswire


Greg Taboada, Stanford wide receiver commit, is quite a talent out of Marist School (Atlanta, Georgia).  He can catch almost anything his way and is a freakish athlete.

He’s always been a natural football star and had very little training growing up.

“Ya know, I never really went to any camps. What I did was made a highlight video of my junior season and when that went viral coaches started to take notice,” says Taboada.

After the 6’4, 235 lbs started to get noticed by coaches, everyone started to notice how talented the Marist wide receiver was.

“I ended up going to Alabama’s team camp in June and I did really well there. When they offered me is when everyone started noticing,” says Taboada.

Although Taboada makes the wide receiver position look easy, he does get nervous, especially when he first came into Alabama’s camp.

“To be honest I was really nervous. It was my first camp and I didn’t know what to expect. Then someone I knew there talked to me and showed me around the camp and I just focused on running the right routes,” says Taboada.

For every athlete it’s always great when things start clicking on all cylinders. After spending some time in Alabama’s camp, Taboada started feeling great and looking great.

According to Taboada, It felt great to be at such a prestigious camp and to standout in front of Alabama’s coaching staff.

I believe Taboada has a bright future ahead of him. He has a willingness to learn and passion for the game of football. I can’t wait for this kid to get on the field at Stanford because he’s definitely going to be something special.

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