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Tyler Gibson has dreamed of Florida State offer “one billion times”

’Noles off to a good start here.

Tyler Gibson (IG)

Tyler Gibson is a 6’5 285 pound offensive tackle from Johns Creek, GA.

The Class of 2022 prospect attends Johns Creek High School.

Gibson has offers from Arkansas, Boston College, Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oregon, and Virginia Tech, so even though he’s currently unrated, that should be remedied going forward.

In late April, he was offered by Florida State:

TN caught up with Gibson after the offer to get a better look inside his recruitment:

What was your reaction to the FSU offer?

“I was astonished—I couldn’t believe it!

[I’ve] grown [up] around FSU, and I dreamed of that moment in my head one billion times.”

Who called and what was that conversation like?

“Coach Atkins called me, and he saw what I could become [as] a player. He loved my attitude, and that’s the first thing he saw was how I responded the first time calling him.”

Your dad’s a season-ticket holder, right—do you go to all the games with him?

“My dad is a season-ticket holder. My brother goes to Akron, so right now, we go to the Akron games, but, yeah, we go to a lot of FSU games.”

What’s the Doak Campbell environment like?

“The environment is crazy. I love going to the games [with] my dad.”

How many games would you estimate you’ve been to over the years?

“Over 20.

I’m very familiar with the FSU Chop.”

Are you planning to visit FSU after the Dead Period?

“I’m definitely looking forward to visiting FSU after the Dead Period.”

How would you describe your game?

“I’m a very dynamic lineman. I can play guard, left tackle, [or] right tackle.

I used to play DE and TE.”

What player(s) do you look up to/model your game after?

Lane Johnson and Tyron Smith.”

What are the biggest things you’re looking for in a school?

“I have no idea right now, but before senior year, I’ll know what I’m looking for.”

And are you planning to make a decision before your Senior year?

“Yes—most likely during the summer.”

I know it’s still early, but do you plan to enroll early?

“Me and my parents are still discussing that right now.”