Class Of 2013 RB Already Getting Noticed

Grayson running back Wayne Gallman talks about his experience at last weekend's Auburn camp and the schools on the very early list for the 2013 prospect.

Loganville, Ga.--A player who will be one to watch for the Class of 2013 is Grayson High running back Wayne Gallman. Reporting two early offers and hearing from several other schools, the 6-1, 192 running back camped at Auburn over the weekend and said the Tigers are definitely one of the schools he's looking at strongly early in the process.

"It was actually pretty fun," Gallman tells Inside The Auburn Tigers. "It was real fun. It was a great experience meeting all the other players and going against them in seven-on-seven drills and things like that. I talked with the coaches and learned more about them. I like the school a lot."

While the football part of things was exciting and having the opportunity to work with and against some of the best players in the South was something he said will help his game, he admitted his favorite part of things on his visit was away from the field.

"I liked the camp itself, but my favorite part was when they took us into the meeting rooms and talked about education," Gallman said. "We also got to see the apparel from Under Armour and the shoes and helmets. I liked all that."

A physical runner in Grayson's Wing-T attack, Gallman made an impact as a sophomore last season and it has already translated into some strong interest from schools.

"I'm actually already hearing from Auburn and Clemson," Gallman said. "My coaches have said that everybody is talking about me. Both Auburn and Clemson have already offered me."

With Auburn already on his radar he said it made the camp visit even more special for him. Now that he's seen the Tigers in person and had an opportunity to visit with Coach Gene Chizik and his staff he said they are his favorite heading into his junior year.

"It got me started thinking about them more and more," Gallman said. "It's a great school and the offer had me keeping them in mind. Auburn is at the top of my list right now. I like everything about Auburn."

Already with one commitment for the 2013 class in defensive lineman Dee Liner, Auburn is off to a fast start in that class. However Gallman said he's in no rush to make a decision and is going to see what other schools come calling before he's anywhere close to making a choice.

"I don't think about any of that," Gallman said. "I try to stay as humble as I can and just keep working harder and harder."


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