Jahmyr Gibbs

Running Back
5′11″ / 194 lbs
Dalton, GA
Class of 2020
Rating: n/a

National Avg
Rating: 92.1

School Preferences

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Georgia Tech
Texas A&M
Austin Peay
Georgia Southern
Iowa State
NC State
Ohio State
Wake Forest
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1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
It's time to take a look around at the biggest pick-ups on the recruiting front as well as some of the top recruiting news and notes from around the SEC. Jason Howell details that and more in this week's Around the SEC.
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A few RB names to keep an eye on
If the Aggies are going to have to find some more high school running backs to close on in the final recruiting window, here's a few names that I could see as targets heading toward February. Frank Brown - Houston Sterling - A Houston area HS coach told me, "Brown is the best player I've coached against in the last 5 years not named Devon Achane. Easily a high end, power 5 kid. Played on a struggling team." Eaglin - Manvel - Big back who exploded this year. 6-1, 215 right now. Not a burner by any means, but he did catch a lot of attention with his numbers this year. Gibbs - Dalton (GA) - It looks like his visit weekends are pretty much lined up from now until signing day. That doesn't rule out midweek visits though. Clayton - New Orleans (LA) - Colorado commit and teammate of Sedrick Van Oran. Feels like a longer shot than most. Constant - Brooklyn (NY) - This kid had a lot of Aggie attention early on in the process. A one time West Virginia commit, he backed away from the Mountaineers 10 days before Signing Day, less than a month after he committed., this is just a watch list in case the Aggies do not land Zach Evans and choose to go back into the high school ranks to fill that open spot.

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