Top Tiger RB target updates offers

ATLANTA – One of the top running backs in the southeast for the class of 2013 talks with CUTigers about his latest trips to Clemson and his updated offer sheet in this extensive interview.

RB Wayne Gallman Profile

Grayson High School [Loganville, Ga.] junior Wayne Gallman suffered a bruised leg in the playoffs against Colquitt.

The 6-foot, 190-pound running back Clemson, Auburn, Virginia and Vanderbilt have offered.

CUTigers caught up with the stand out running back shortly before the Orange Bowl last week at the annual Georgia Junior Bowl.

"My recruiter from Oklahoma, I'm talking to him a lot. I've been getting a lot of letters. Clemson, they are [also]," he said. "I'm getting a lot of letters from Georgia, Florida State.

"I hope Oklahoma, Alabama, Florida State and Florida [offer]."

Clemson running backs coach Tony Elliott serves as Gallman's primary recruiter for the Tigers.

"He talked to me before state. He talked to me a couple of days ago, wishing me luck for this game," Gallman said.

With Clemson, one thing in particular stands out.

"That offense, I like their offense a lot. They school, when I visited there, I just like how everybody is a part of it. Their stadium is pretty cool," he said.

Gallman camped at Clemson last summer and visited for the Florida State game.

"It was awesome," he said. "I've never been somewhere with that many people.

"They fill up the whole stadium. Just seeing them on the field there, I could picture myself on that field."

He also visited Auburn this fall.

"It was the same experience [as Clemson]," Gallman said.

Gallman, who plans to visit Georgia and Florida State for junior days, will slow play his recruiting process. He won't start to focus on a certain number of schools until after his senior season. In fact, a decision won't be made until signing day.

"Favorites, I wouldn't say I have favorites. I would just say that I like all the schools," Gallman said.

As a junior, he rushed 103 times for 703 yards and eight touchdowns. Top Stories