The 6-foot-4, 240 pound athlete out of Atlanta (Ga.) Marist not only has options in recruiting, but he has options on the field as well.
"Most schools have talked to me both about playing offense or defense, but others have talked strictly about me playing tight end. If I could chose, I would play tight end, but I will be OK at either position."
He does a lot more blocking than catching at tight end right now in the Marist offense, so he could hit a couple of camps this summer to work on things or show coaches what all he can do.
"Oregon and Stanford will likely be camps I attend and I would like to get up to Virginia and down to Florida State too."
There are still two offers out there that Taboada really wants. One is close to home and one is on the other side of the country.
"If I get offers from Georgia and Stanford, I will be a happy guy," Taboadoa said. "I like how close Georgia is to my family and my brother [Ignacio Taboada] plays tennis there, so I know a lot about Georgia. I have some connections there and I have a good feel for UGA.
"Stanford has great academics and I have heard great things about the climate, the area, and the people out there. I know I could make great connections out there through the education and I am looking forward to my visit out there."
If all goes as planned, Taboada will have his decision behind him by the time his senior season starts.
"I want to take the visits this summer and be able to focus on Marist next year. I just want to find a school where I am surrounded by good people, where I feel comfortable, and just be with good players."
Taboada is currently open.