Galloway Drawing Early Interest

LaDarius Galloway is working hard to make a name for himself. After a break out junior campaign, Galloway finds himself on the verge of seeing his college football dreams come true. The Indianola-Gentry standout reports that a handful of college programs are showing some solid early interest.

LaDarius Galloway profile

"I have been hearing a lot from the Ragin Cajuns of ULL," said Galloway. "I have heard some from Mississippi State, Ole Miss and the Memphis Tigers.

"I have been invited to Mississippi State's junior day this weekend and I am trying to work out a ride for that now.

"Nobody has offered me yet, but I feel like some good things are going to happen for me."

Galloway scored in just about every way possible as junior. In addition to being a skilled running back, the rising senior was strong in the return game.

On the next level, the 5-9, 180 pounder helps to continue to move around in the offensive formation.

"I want to play running back more than anything," said Galloway. "I want to play some in the slot some too, so I can catch the ball some and just got the ball in my hands."

While Galloway is waiting for his first offer, he has a good idea about what he wants in a college experience.

"I want to be part of a good program that practices hard and with a lot of intensity," said Galloway. "I want to get better as a player and get my education.

"I would love to play in the SEC. I like Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Georgia and A&M."

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