"Everything was great. The whole coaching staff was really nice. I liked the campus, the athletic facilities and all the surroundings. There were over 270 juniors there today. There were a lot of people from Mobile. Phelon [Jones], Elliott [McGaskin], Terrell [Edwards], Sidell [Corley] and [Michael] McNeil were all there."
The state's top receiver watched the Tide's practice Saturday afternoon, and he sees a chance for early playing time.
"Alabama really isn't too deep at the receiver position," Gibson said. "I feel like if I end up choosing to go to Alabama, playing time for me should be fine."
"I really enjoyed watching practice. In a way it was similar to our practices at UMS. Everyone seems like they are having a lot of fun out there. There is a lot of excitement. I feel like I would fit in well. Coach [Mike] Shula's coaching style is very similar to my high school coach [Terry Curtis]. I liked it a lot."
Gibson enjoyed meeting his postion and recruiting coach during his unofficial visit.
"Coach [Buddy] Wyatt is my recruiting coach," he said. "I liked him. He gave me his card and said he would keep in touch with me. My position coach, coach Cheese,[Charlie Harbison] is real cool. He is a nice guy."
"Overall I loved my visit to Alabama today. They are still No. 1 on my list. I know I still have a lot of places to look though before I make my decision."
Gibson will return to Tuscaloosa April 29 for the Scout.com All-American Combine.