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Gilbert led Marietta High to a 14-2 record and a victory in
the Class AAAAAAA state championship game, the program’s
first title since 1967. He caught 105 passes for 1,860 yards
and 15 touchdowns.
Gilbert was ranked as the nation’s No. 1 player at his
position in this year’s class by ESPN and Rivals, he had a 3.14
grade-point average and he founded a campaign that urges
students to have device-free conversations and supports
diversity and inclusion.
“We used him all over the field. He played receiver, he
played out of the backfield,” Marietta coach Richard Morgan
said. “He’ll probably be a more of a tight end (or) flex
receiver at LSU, but, for us, he was everywhere. I mean, he
even lined up at defensive end in the playoffs for us and had
six sacks, so that’s part of the reason he won the award is
because he can do everything.”
Gilbert and the girls award winner, basketball player Paige
Bueckers of Minnetonka, Minnesota, will appear on the cover
of Sports Illustrated, which hit newsstands on Aug. 25.
“First and foremost, Arik is a tremendous young man, and
he deserves it,” Morgan said. “He worked very hard to get to
where he is right now. He had a year to remember this past
year. It’s one of the best seasons I’ve ever seen a person
have in high school football. So, No. 1, he deserves it. No.
2, he’s a great kid. No. 3, he’s a great student-athlete and a
quality young man. And No. 4, he’s probably going to have
a tremendous career at LSU. With everything he’s done, he
deserves the award.
“I’m not surprised that he won it. I know he had some
great competition, but the year he had, I would put up
against anybody in the country with what he accomplished.
I’m very happy for him, and it says a lot about him as a kid,
and it says a lot about our program. He was prepared and
developed and became the (Gatorade) National Athlete of
the Year while wearing the Marietta blue, so that’s important.
Arik understands how much he’s developed over the years,
and it’s a tremendous honor.”
Gilbert beat out a number of the country’s top athletes for
the boys honor. The other finalists were basketball player
Emoni Bates from Ypsilanti, Michigan; baseball player Jared
Kelley from Refugio, Texas; soccer player Jony Munoz from
Olathe, Kansas; and cross country and track and field runner
Nico Young from Newbury Park, California.
Gilbert is already making his mark in college. This week,
he was named to the watch list for the Mackey Award given
to the best tight end in college football.
Now, he just hopes there is a season to play amid the
“I’m worried because I want to have a season,” Gilbert
told the AP. “If they move to the spring, it will mess up a lot of
stuff. I definitely want to win the national championship with
Gilbert’s future plans include making it to the NFL and then
using a finance degree to help athletes manage their money.
Bueckers, the first basketball player to win the Gatorade
girls award since 2014, led Hopkins High School to a 30-0
record before Minnesota’s postseason was canceled to the
coronavirus. The Connecticut signee averaged 21 points, 9.2
assists and 5.1 rebounds per game.