"It's picked up a lot," Bibbs said. "I have been talking to a lot of coaches. A lot of coaches are saying that they are going to offer me."
Bibbs was close to committing early in the process. However, he knows now that he has time and that he wants to make the right decision when he does make a commitment.
"Right now, I am really just waiting for the right time to commit. I don't want to commit, just say it, then later on get something else come up."
Currently, there are only three schools that have offered Bibbs, but number four seems like it could arrive any day.
"I like the tradition at Oklahoma State, I like the players that they have there and I like their academic support. You can get a lot of help trying to get your education. It's not all about football."
"I like the type of offense that they have at Nebraska. I like teams that are going to pound it. I just want to play. I want to play as a freshman. I think that I could do that at Nebraska if I work on it."
When you see Bibbs, you have to notice his build. At 5-foot-10, he isn't too far away from 200 pounds. He has the ability to run you over, but he can also run away from you too.
"I think my physical strength. I am not going to get tackled by one person. It's going to take a lot of people to bring me down. I am pretty big, but I still have speed. I can get outside and make you miss."
The spring and the summer could get busy for Bibbs who is eyeing multiple camps. He is also looking at making at least one combine in Fort Worth later this summer.
Last year, Bibbs starred at running back and flashed on kick off returns when they decided to actually kick the ball to him.
"I had over 1,200 yards rushing, another 200 yards receiving and eight total touchdowns. I also did kick off returns. I love returns, but they didn't kick me the ball too often. When they did, I averaged 25 yards. I got all-district running back."