RB Wayne Gallman Profile
The No. 28 running back prospect in the class of 2013, Wayne
Gallman "loved" his January trip to Tigertown. He'll be back in town
for the Orange and White spring game on April 14.
And the Tigers still have an advantage over the rest of the field.
"Just everything about them -- that's what I like about them," he told
CUTigers in a recent interview.
"Oh, yeah, they're the leader right now."
Behind Clemson, in no particular order: Georgia, Florida State, LSU South Carolina and Alabama.
The Scout.com four-star recently made a visit to Georgia.
"It was good. I got offered that day, too," he said. "It's pretty big [to
get the offer], but it's just like every other offer."
Gallman will also visit Florida State. He hopes to see Alabama, LSU and
Clemson, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, South
Carolina and Vanderbilt have offered.
Two of his teammates, Robert Nkemdiche and David Kamara, have kicked
around the idea of signing with the same college.
"We've been talking about that since sophomore year. We've always wanted
to," Gallman said.
The 6-foot-1, 196-pound rising senior has set a timeline for his decision.
"I think, maybe, sometime during the summer or during the beginning of my
senior season," he said.
As a junior, he rushed 103 times for 703 yards and eight touchdowns.
Clemson No. 1 for four-star RB
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