RB Wayne Gallman Profile
Grayson High School [Loganville, Ga.] junior running back Wayne Gallman was offered by Clemson earlier this spring. He's also picked up offers from Auburn and Vanderbilt.
The 6-foot, 190-pound prospect has visited both Clemson and Auburn this fall. He made the trip to Clemson for the Florida State game.
"It was great," Gallman told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "The campus and when the game actually started, the whole crowd -- I was imagining myself on the field -- the whole crowd just watching.
"All that noise, it was amazing."
It was his first game day experience in Tigertown. His first trip to Clemson was earlier in the summer for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.
Gallman enjoyed working with running backs coach Tony Elliott.
"He was pretty cool. Everything was easy going," Gallman said.
As for the Auburn game day visit, "It was great, too. I had a good time on that visit."
Grayson's first trip to Auburn was in the summer for camp.
He'll head to Alabama for next weekend's game against LSU. That will be his first-time in Tuscaloosa.
Are there any favorites at this early stage in the recruiting process?
"I'm trying to keep everything even until next year," Grayson said.
Several factors will be considered as he works towards a group of favorites.
"Location, how the education is going to be and how they use their running backs," Grayson said.
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