BIO: Four-year starter who began his college career at tackle before moving inside to guard as a sophomore.
POSITIVES: Big, wide-bodied blocker who dominates at the point of attack. Works to stays square, walls defenders from the action and removes them from the play. Displays adequate skills in space. Plays heads up football and immediately recognizes blitzes. Effectively fights with his hands to keep defenders from the action.
NEGATIVES: Bends at the waist and does not play with leverage. Not explosive off the snap into blocks. Inflexible and has difficulty finishing the play. Lumbers around the field.
ANALYSIS: A size prospect who displays the ability to destroy opponents, Gibbs will be brought into camp for a power running offense. Must better condition himself and lose weight to truly have a chance in the NFL.