Maryland Offensive Lineman Leaning to the Tigers


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Ben Gabbard

Offensive lineman, Broadneck High School (Annapolis, MD)

6' 4 1/2", 290 lbs.

Bench presses 305 lbs.




As a junior, Ben Gabbard allowed just one sack for a team that went 9-2,
winning county and region championships. He was named first team
all-county by the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun, and
received all-state honorable mention.




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Gabbard is currently being recruited by Clemson, Maryland, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Illinois,
Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Penn State, Oregon, and the Naval Academy. He
has received offers from Clemson and Townsend State.


"I am leaning towards Clemson right now," Gabbard said. "Not only
because they offered, but from an academic standpoint, they have a very
good reputation in engineering, which is what I hope to study."


Gabbard plans on visiting Clemson in mid-December.

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