"Coach Moeller stopped at the school today"

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Brett Gallimore (Nov. 22 official visit, 6-5, 290 lbs., 5.1 in the 40, 300-lb. bench press, 2.6 GPA) from Riverside, Mo., Park Hill South (Kansas City area) had an interesting little tidbit of news for us.

"(Michigan assistant) Coach Moeller stopped at the school today, just briefly. I'm not sure if he'll be at our game Friday night, I think he has to go back up for practice again."

- Are you still set to come in for the OSU game?

"I'm making an official visit to Michigan for the OSU game -- that is, unless we win tomorrow night. If we win then we go into the playoffs, and the playoff games are on Saturdays. I think I'll make a Michigan official visit regardless, yeah -- even if I have to reschedule. I have Florida State scheduled for next weeked too, so that'd have to be changed as well."

"We're the underdogs Friday, against Park Hill. We're Park Hill South. We've never beaten them. It'll be a huge game, there will be 12,000 people there."

- I see you cancelled your Oregon visit for last weekend?

"Yeah. I night reschedule ... we'll see ..."

Gallimore has had quite a visit odyssey. In mid-Oct. he told us, "Last weekend (Oct. 4) I went to Purdue for an official visit. This weekend (Oct. 11) I'm going to Missouri to watch the Nebraska game -- that's an unofficial. And October 18th I'm going to Arkansas for an unofficial visit for the Florida game. On November 1st I'm going to Tennessee for the Duke game; that one's an unofficial visit. And on November 15th I'm going to Florida State for an official visit, for the NC-State game weekend." And his dad finished his visit schedule: "He'll be visiting Florida State for their game against North Carolina State (Nov. 15th), and then the next weekend he'll head up to Michigan for their game against Ohio State (Nov. 22)."

Gallimore is TheInsiders.com's #91 prospect.

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