Oklahoma State and Southwestern are among those calling to inquire about him. NCAA rules would allow him to sign with a school in addition to Butler County, but Gibbons can relax knowing he already has a program that wants him, regardless of what else happens.
He'll be back on the mound Saturday against fifth-ranked Jenks at Mustang. And though he's riding a wave of success, the skinny left-hander keeps a balanced approach.
Gibbons knows the current success is a result of his offseason work, in part in Mustang's pitching program with assistant coach Kevin Winterrowd, a former head coach at Westmoore.
“It's a relief to know that I put in all the work, and so has my team, busting our butts to get better,” Gibbons said. “It's a blast going out and competing. Baseball is what I love to do, so I enjoy every second I'm out on the field, whatever I'm doing.
“It's my job to pitch and get outs, so that's what I'm trying to do.”