NASHVILLE, TN – NOVEMBER 11: The Kentucky Wildcats line up against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first half at Vanderbilt Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)Defensive tackle Isaiah Gibson committed to Kentucky football back in September. Obviously, this season’s results have probably helped solidify his choice.Kentucky is 9-3 on the year, finishing second in the SEC East behind only Georgia. The Wildcats got their first win over Florida in decades as well.Interestingly, just 62-percent of the 247Sports crystal ball voters believe he will wind up signing with Mark Stoops’ club, with Wisconsin and Purdue eating into those numbers.The other 38-percent can probably go ahead and switch their predictions now.Isaiah Gibson’s new wildcat tattoo should make his Kentucky football commit about as solid as it gets.He tweeted out the new ink on Wednesday.Some New Ink ??? pic.twitter.com/6YLKqZgIL5— Isaiah Gibson (@IsaiahGibson75) December 5, 2018Gibson also says he is planning to head to Orlando for Kentucky’s Citrus Bowl match-up against Penn State.Kentucky finished the regular season ranked No. 14 in the final Top 25 put out by the College Football Playoff selection committee. Penn State is No. 12, so this should be a pretty intriguing match-up at Camping World Stadium.Gibson, an Ohio native, is the No. 598 player in the country per 247Sports‘ composite rankings. He’s the No. 40 defensive tackle and No. 23 player from Ohio in the 2019 class.