Gallman dreaming about Clemson

Not counting the four early enrolled freshmen, Wayne Gallman was the first member of Clemson's 2013 signing class to fax in his national letter of intent. And he's already dreaming about the possibilities of his freshman campaign.

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The four-star signee is more than ready to get to Tigertown.

"I'm pretty excited. I've wanted to leave, like now," Gallman recently told CUTigers in an interview.

He'll join a running back competition that already includes Roderick McDowell, D.J. Howard and Zac Brooks. Fellow 2013 signee Tyshon Dye will also be amongst the five vying for carries.

"I just want to go up there and give everything I've got," Gallman said. "I know there is going to be a lot of competition, because it's college.

"From the way I've been training, I feel pretty confident in myself to show everybody that I've got something to offer and something to use out on the field."

He added, "I'm just ready to compete."

As a senior at Grayson High School [Loganville, Ga.], Dye rushed for 516 yards and scored eight touchdowns. He also averaged five yards per carry. On the defensive side of the ball, he also had 46 tackles and seven sacks.

Gallman, who will wear No. 9 this fall, will room with Dye, Kyrin Priester and Ryan Carter.

"I think I have high expectations for our team. Playing Georgia coming out, if we win that game, who knows what's in store for us? That's pretty big," Gallman said.

"I've been dreaming a lot. I have really big high expectations." Top Stories