The 6-foot-3, 320 pound defensive tackle out of Fayetteville (N.C.) Pine Forest did like what he saw at UM.
"The visit to Miami was really good, I had fun," said Gaillard. "The area is different than where UGA is, but both are great schools. Miami is in a very nice place."
Signing day is Wednesday and it looks like that is when all will know exactly where the four-star is going.
"I have a lot to talk about with my family and coaches. I will go from there," said Gaillard.
Gaillard committed to Georgia late in July and he had an in-home visit with UGA head coach Mark Richt just over a week ago.
He is currently the No. 13 defensive tackle in the country on Scout.