Big East after Gibbs

Led by sophomore point guard Ashton Gibbs, Seton Hall Prep in West Orange, N.J., is rolling along with a 28-2 record. This summer, Gibbs, 6-foot-2, 185-pounds, will play up with The Playaz Club 17-under team, and a number of coaches will be watching him.
"Rutgers has offered him," said Gibbs father and former AAU coach Temple Gibbs. "Connecticut, Georgetown, Seton Hall and a lot of other Big East schools are recruiting him.
"He's still open, and I'm not sure of a timetable as far as a decision goes."
Gibbs, who is averaging 17 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists per game, is a strong floor general who can both shoot the ball and handle it very well.
"The main thing Ashton needs to work on before he gets to college is his man to man defense," said Mr. Gibbs. "He also needs to get better at moving without the ball.
"Ashton works extremely hard and puts in a lot of time on his own. He is also a very hard worker in the weight room."
Gibbs also does well in the classroom, carrying a 3.0 GPA.