2014 OL has connections to Michigan 

December, 21, 2012
Most high school football players dream only of playing in the NFL, but junior offensive lineman Reilly Gibbons (St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Catholic) wants to take that one step further. Gibbons doesn't want to just play in the NFL, but hopes to one day become an attorney for the league.

Reilly Gibbons
Courtesy of Shannon Gibbons2014 OL Reilly Gibbons, the cousin of Michigan kicker Brendan Gibbons, likes a lot of what the Wolverines have to offer.
"[Reilly] wants to be an attorney like his mom, and there are a few local players that have been attorneys in the NFL that have been successful," Gibbons' dad, Shannon, said. "We have a few friends that have done that as well, and since sixth or seventh grade Reilly has wanted to help people, especially athletes."

The 6-foot-6, 272-pound lineman is well on his way to the first step of the process by gaining scholarship offers to top college programs across the country. Illinois, Miami (Fla), Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and West Virginia make up some of the schools that have already extended offers to Gibbons.
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