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#28 Quentin Tartabull
Position: Safety
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Mission Hills, CA
High School: Bishop Alemany HS
Experience: High School
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2014 RECRUITING CLASS
Stars: 247Sports (3), 247Sports Composite (3), ESPN (3), Rivals (3), Scout (3)
National Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports Composite (767)
National Safety Ratings:  Scout (45), ESPN (57), 247Sports (60), 247Sports Composite (62)
Regional Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (113)
California Overall Player Ratings: ESPN (70), 247Sports (71), 247Sports Composite (73)
Ratings/Scout Grades:  247Sports (87), 247Sports Composite (0.8514), ESPN (77), Rivals (5.5)

BIO INFORMATION

Bishop Alemany HS (2011-13)

► Played in Los Angeles Daily News South Valley All-Star game following his senior season
► A three-year starter for a program that won three Serra League titles during his run
► Missed much of his 2013 senior season in his first season at safety with a knee injury suffered in a mid-October game against Loyola after having previously played linebacker
► Team finished 10-3 overall during his senior campaign, won a share of the Serra League title and advanced to the Southern Section Pac 5 Division postseason semifinals before finishing the season ranked 12th among all teams in California
► Had a huge game in the contest previous to his injury with five receptions for a season-high 146 yards and two touchdowns on offense, as well as a season-high-tying 11 tackles on defense against Norco
► Listed as the No. 7 safety in the west by Scout prior to his 2013 senior season
► Contributed 125 tackles, 6.0 sacks, four pass breakups and one interception returned for a touchdown as a linebacker during his 2012 junior season to earn second-team MaxPreps All-State, first-team All-Southern Section Pac 5 Division, first-team All-Serra League and Los Angeles Daily News All-Area Team honors when his squad was 9-3 overall and 3-1 in the Serra League to win a share of the conference title and advance to the CIF Southern Section Pac 5 Division postseason quarterfinals before finishing the season ranked 11th among all teams in California
► Played for a squad as a 2011 sophomore that finished 8-3 overall and 4-0 in the Serra League to win its first of three consecutive conference championships
► Wore No. 8 for his last two seasons in high school after donning No. 19 as a sophomore

Other

► Uncle, Richard Branham, played basketball at Cal with Jason Kidd
► Selected to the 2013 SB Nation All-Name team
► Has been clocked at 4.56 in the 40-yard dash according to Bear Insider, while other reported testing marks include a 4.31 in the 20-yard shuttle, 39 inches in the vertical jump and 40.0 in the power throw with a 110.91 SPARQ rating that is the highest for any safety in the country in the 2014 recruiting class and was the second-highest of any player at the LA NFTC all according to ESPN
► Attended the U.S. Army National Combine in January of 2013

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING

ESPN
“Tartabull’s athleticism and toughness should allow him to do a variety of special teams jobs effectively. Early situational playing time is a possibility.”

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