Tabor, a junior, is the No. 1 DB to watch in college football, according to NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein. Tabor led the Gators with 14 pass breakups (four interceptions) last season. At 6-foot, 201 pounds, Tabor has the size NFL scouts seek.
Pulling back the curtain on the vote
What some of our analysts are saying about Tabor
"Tabor has all of the tools to be a lockdown cornerback. He's long, athletic and instinctive." -- Daniel Jeremiah
"Long, rangy cover corner with superb bump-and-run skills. Tabor could be CFB's version of Nmandi Asomugha with his size and length creating problems for receivers on the perimeter." -- Bucky Brooks
"What does it tell you about Tabor when some quarterbacks were more willing to challenge Vernon Hargreaves last season? Tabor allows a low completion percentage and almost no touchdowns. He has the physical traits to become a high-end NFL player as well." -- Lance Zierlein
"He's bold, he's brash, and he backs it up on the field. At SEC Media Days, UF DB Marcus Maye told College Football 24/7 the only difference between Tabor and Vernon Hargreaves is Tabor's proclivity to talk on the field." -- Chase Goodbread
"Yet another excellent corner in the Joe Haden-Vernon Hargreaves mold coming out of Florida? Absolutely. He doesn't take second place to anyone in terms of competitiveness." -- Chad Reuter
"Built like a CB out of Central Casting ... long, lean, can run. Might be the best lockdown CB in the country." -- Charles Davis
Where do fans rank Tabor?
We asked Twitter users who they considered the best player in college football. Tabor received only one vote. This vote took place before he changed his first name to Teez (would the publicity from the name change have helped him in the vote?). Fans should become more familiar with Tabor's game this season.