Four-Star OL Has Noles In His Top Three

Last weekend, <b>Brett Gallimore</b> a four-star offensive line prospect from Riverside (MO) Park Hill South, took an official visit to Michigan. The previous weekend, he made an official visit to Tallahassee to watch the Noles win the ACC championship. Last night The Territory.org caught up with his father (Rich Gallimore) to discuss his son's recruitment.

"Brett described his trip to Florida State as "electrifying," Rich Gallimore said. "He had a great trip and enjoyed it. He said it was quite an atmosphere. Florida State has been in his top three all year." Purdue and Michigan are the two other teams that the 6-foot-5 and 290 pound offensive lineman is considering. Mr. Gallimore told the Territory a little about their visit to Ann Arbor. "It was a great game," he said. "We met with Michigan's offensive line coach Andy Moore. We really like him. We also met with Coach Carr for about 30 minutes."
Gallimore's father and Mother didn't make the trip with their son down South. However, in the next couple of weeks, they will meet with a couple of Seminole coaches.

"John Lilly, who has been great and person we really like, will be up here next week," Mr. Gallimore said. "He should be able to answer some of our questions. Bobby Bowden is coming up the following week."

Gallimore, who was credited with 127 pancake and/or knockdown blocks in his senior season, would like to decide sometime during the middle of December.

If Gallimore selects Florida State, his family would consider moving to Florida. They really like the area between Ft. Myers and Tampa.

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