Gallman "loved it" in Clemson

Wayne Gallman, one of several class of 2013 running backs with an offer from Clemson, had a good experience while in town for Junior Day.

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The Grayson High School [Loganville, Ga.] junior running back last visited Clemson in the fall for the Florida State game.

Saturday's Junior Day trip was much like his game day experience.

"Just everything. The campus, what they talk about with education, the coaches. They all made me feel like family," Gallman told CUTigers. "I just loved everything."

Gallman spent most of his time at Clemson with running backs coach Tony Elliott.

"We were talking about life, also how he's going to be recruiting me, how the next year's going to role on," Gallman said.

What stood out Saturday?

"The coaches, just being around them. The atmosphere was like how I feel at home," Gallman said. "I could picture myself there. The coaches make you feel like you're a family. I feel comfortable staying there. I definitely think I could play there."

He'll take junior day visits to Florida State and Alabama next month.

Who leads?

"Clemson, Oklahoma, Alabama, Auburn and Florida State," Gallman said.

Clemson, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Virginia and Vanderbilt have offered.

There is not a timeline for a decision.

"That was one thing I talked to coach Elliott about, how I need to look at schools and see exactly what they have there. What I need to look for in a college, for me," Gallman said. "Truthfully, I think I may make a decision during the season or maybe after."

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

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