Kibble soaking up every bit of recruiting

Every year in Houston, Spring (Texas) Westfield manages to produce high quality prospects. Next in line to carry on the Division I banner is Westfield safety prospect Robert Kibble.
The 6-foot, 195-pound Kibble earned all-district honors as a junior after recording 65 solo tackles, 30 assists and five interceptions. For his career, he also has 10 tackles for a loss and seven fumble recoveries.
“I’m a hard-hitting safety prospect,” he said. “I always manage to find my way to the ball. I’m a three-year letterman, so I know there are a lot of big things expected of me.”
Kibble also expects big things on the recruiting front.
He’s getting early mail from some major programs like LSU, Oklahoma State and Tennessee. He plans to camp this summer at LSU, Texas and Texas A&M.
“I’m going to be looking hardest at the location,” he said. “It doesn’t matter if it’s in-state or out of state, but I want to play somewhere I feel comfortable. I want to play for a prestigious program and see what the school’s coaches are like. The coaching style will be important, too.”