Posted On: 08/18/15 7:30 PM

Some players say that it’s difficult to get recruited when you don’t play in a large market, but that hasn’t stopped Culpeper County guard Luther Gibbs from getting his name out there. Gibbs was an All State selection as a junior, and he plans on building on his big summer with SQBA and repeating that as a senior.
 
“I want to be all state again this year, but my goal is to be a top five selection,” Gibbs said. “I also want to reach my 1000 point mark and I want to lead my team to the state championship.”
 
Those are ambitious goals, but anyone who has seen the moxy that Gibbs plays with knows that those are easily attainable for him. A smart and savvy 6’0 point guard, he’s the type of player that dominates on both ends of the floor without having to be overly selfish. He knows his role, and his ability to make winning plays without doing too much has college coaches intrigued to say the least.
 
“Coaches say that they like my consistency and that I play within myself and stay true to my game,” Gibbs said. “They have also said that

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