Tabari Hines
Tabari  Hines


Florence, SC

High School:
Marlboro County

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 175



Deacs Drop Regular Season Finale to Duke, 31-23

John Wolford recorded 239 yards of offense to set the single-season record for total offensive yards with 3,407


Deacs Defeat No. 23 Temple to Win Military Bowl

Wake Forest earns its first bowl title since 2008 with a 34-26 victory, the first over a ranked team in five years.


Slow Start Costs Deacs in Loss at NC State

The Wolfpack scored the first 17 points en route to a 33-16 win, despite career-highs of nine catches and 125 yards from Tabari Hines.


Louisville Edges Wake Forest 20-19

Turnovers halted Wake Forest's attempted rallies in the second half.


Slow Start Costs Deacs in Loss to NC State

The Wolfpack jumped out to a 28-0 lead. Wake Forest outscored NC State 17-7 the rest of the way but wtill fell, 35-17.


2017 Belk Bowl

Wake Forest played Texas A&M in the 2017 Belk Bowl, held on Dec. 29 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.


Wake Forest vs. Presbyterian

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons defeated the Presbyterian Blue Hose, 51-7, on Thursday, Aug. 31 at BB&T Field.


Photos - Military Bowl

Photos from the 2016 Military Bowl


USATSI Gallery - Clemson @ Wake Forest

USATSI Gallery - Clemson @ Wake Forest


Wake Forest at Louisville

Wake Forest at Louisville (Nov. 12)

Tabari Hines Profile

2016 (Sophomore)
Earned eight starts and played in all 13 games as a redshirt sophomore ... Led the Deacons with 38 receptions, 447 receiving yards and three touchdown catches ... Led the team with three receptions for 40 yards vs. Delaware ... Caught three passes for 52 yards including a long of 33 vs. Indiana (9/24) ... Had a breakout game at NC State (10/1) ... Set career highs with nine receptions for 125 yards and one TD ... The touchdown came on a 9-yard pass from John Wolford ... Four receptions for 42 yards at Florida State (10/15) ... Had seven receptions for 79 yards including three-yard TD reception from John Wolford vs. Army (10/29) ... Had three catches for 46 yards including the go-ahead touchdown in Wake Forest’s Military Bowl win over Temple ... Earned his second varsity letter ... On the field for 481 snaps including a season-high 63 vs. Boston College ... Had six games with 40 or more snaps.

2015 (True Freshman)
Finished the season fifth on the team with 32 receptions ... Was fourth with 366 receiving yards ... His 32 catches were more than the previous school record for receptions by a true freshman at 24 ... Set the school true freshman record with 366 receiving yards ... Started at slot receiver 10 times, missing two starts simply because of formation changes ... Had two catches for 24 yards and returned four punts for 41 yards including a long return of 21 yards in his collegiate debut vs. Elon ... Tied for team-high honors with seven receptions for 77 yards vs. Syracuse ... Led the Deacons with five catches for 42 yards vs. NC State (10/24) ... Made three receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown vs. Louisville ... On the field for 507 snaps in 2015.

High School:
Enrolled at Wake Forest in January ... Team captain as a senior ... Rated as a 3 star recruit by 247, ESPN, Rivals, and Scout ... First team all-state pick as a senior ... Named All-Region 6-3A as a senior ... Named to the All-Zone team for the Myrtle Beach area ... Played his first three seasons at South Florence High School and his senior year at Marlboro County ... Caught 60 passes for 910 yards and 17 touchdowns as a junior ... Added 48 receptions for 673 yards and 10 scores as a senior ... Led the area in touchdown catches as a junior ... Helped Marlboro to the Class 3A lower state championship in 2014 ... Also led the Bulldogs with six interceptions ... Selected to play in the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl following his senior season ... Of his 46 career touchdowns, 15 came on kick returns, interception returns or fumble returns ... Helped South Florence to its first-ever undefeated regular season in 2013 ... Coached by David Prince at South Florence and Dean Boyd at Marlboro County.

Son of LaFerris Bethea and Willie Hines ... Born April 10, 1997

Men's Basketball Tickets