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Sterling Gibbs chooses Texas

After de-committing from Maryland, class of 2011 point guard Sterling Gibbs committed to the Texas Longhorns over UCLA, UConn, Seton Hall, Maryland and Louisville moments ago after taking a visit this past weekend.

Says Gibbs, “I have a great relationship with coach Rob Lanier. I’ve known him since middle school. My family trusts him.” The former Florida coach made contact with the Gibbs family as soon as he made his move to Texas. Immediately after his visit to the Longhorns, you could tell Gibbs had a very high interest level in Texas. “The visit went really well,” Gibbs told Zagsblog Monday. “It was a smooth transition and I’ve known coach [Rob] Lanier since his days at Florida.”

Gibbs originally de-committed from Maryland in the first place after head coach Gary Williams retired. He is also good friends with shooting guard Nick Faust (#38), the second-highest rated prospect left on the board in the class of 2011, who will be making his decision soon as well.


4 comments on “Sterling Gibbs chooses Texas

  1. [...] After de-committing from Maryland less than a week ago, shooting guard Nick Faust (#38) decided to re-commit to the Terps just a day after his friend and ex-Maryland signee Sterling Gibbs decided to become a Longhorn. [...]

  2. [...] Friday and will include 15 teams rather than the ten right now. Recent commitments such as Sterling Gibbs to Texas have heavily influenced who sits atop the leader board and the newly put together class profiles [...]

  3. [...] recruits didn’t give him a chance to recruit them. With class of 2011 point guard Sterling Gibbs heading to Texas and class of 2011 power forward Martin Breunig visiting other schools, Anderson may have been one [...]

  4. [...] Longhorns and Tar Heels round out our final top five since Texas received a late commitment from point guard Sterling Gibbs and North Carolina received a pledge from center Desmond Hubert. Texas also has the number two [...]

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