4-Star Florida DB Lists Louisville In Top 5

Posted on Jul 5 2013 - 4:32pm by Brian Meister

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Kyle Gibson, a 4-star defensive back from Armwood High School, released his top five schools and Louisville made the list. Gibson, a 6’0, 170 lb safety from Seffner, Florida, is rated as the 233rd best prospect by 247 Sports. The other schools listed in Gibson’s top five are Vanderbilt, Notre Dame, Miami (FL), and USF. Below is the excerpt and you can read the entire thing right here.

Armwood S Kyle Gibson set off some figurative fireworks of his own late Thursday night, revealing his top five college choices via Twitter.

They are (in no particular order): Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Louisville, Miami and USF. Gibson has been to the Vandy and USF campuses, and is believed to be planning trips to the other three. Hawks coach Sean Callahan said he believes Gibson will choose a college at the beginning of the season.

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  1. diehardcardfan July 5, 2013 at 8:27 pm - Reply

    How many commits can Louisville take?? In other words; Is it possible to sign 30 players in the fall?

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  2. Brian Meister July 5, 2013 at 10:46 pm - Reply

    I think Louisville can sign as many as 25 but it depends. But Charlie Strong and staff will be very selective as far as who they accept commitments from. Louisville is not only after Gibson, but other 4-star players as well, including Brandon Lee, Poona Ford, and Matt Elam. However, the staff could add a few more if someone ends up decommitting. Maybe a recruiting expert will know more than me but I think Louisville could sign 25.

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