Now, the nation's No. 6 QB and No. 45 overall player is set to make his college choice.
The Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage star will make his pledge at his high school Monday afternoon, Scout has confirmed, and signs appear to be good for the Buckeyes.
Gibson has made one official visit, checking out Ohio State for the Sept. 28 Cincinnati game, and has been pursued and considered many of the top programs in the nation during his recruitment. He proclaimed Ohio State his leader after visiting for the July Friday Night Lights event.
Gibson will receive his U.S. Army All-American Game jersey on Monday as well.
Ohio State already has a commitment from four-star quarterback Joey Burrow in the class of 2015 but has looked at bringing in two signal callers throughout the recruiting cycle.