Five On Gallaspy's Mind

Pack Pride checks in with Southern Guilford (NC) tailback Reggie Gallaspy for the latest on his top schools.

Fresh off another solid performance in Charlotte at the NFTC, Greensboro (NC) Southern Guilford running back Reggie Gallaspy had a bit to say about recruiting and the Wolfpack still factors prominently.
 
Gallaspy has always spoken openly and maybe even more honestly about recruiting than some other guys that keep things closer to the vest. This week he once again listed his top five and this time even gave the current order the schools find themselves in.
 
Duke still holds the top spot and remains the school to beat. The Blue Devils are followed by NC State at number two and North Carolina is running third.  After those three schools from Gallaspy's home state are West Virginia and then the Cavaliers of Virginia.
 
"They're not set in stone though," he says.
 
Gallaspy recently said he wants to make his decision before the start of his senior season so while there are still a few months left in his self-imposed time table everything now takes on a greater significance than it did months ago.
 
He said that he's been talking to Dave Doeren and Des Kitchings lately and Gallaspy will probably next be at NC State in June. That might be during one of the Wolfpack's camps but he is not likely to participate.
 
"I like them a lot. They're being truthful with me and showing a lot of interest. I can play early but they say it's no going to be given. I'll have to work for it."
 
Gallaspy's latest visits have been to Auburn, Florida and Florida State. All of those trips went well but none of those schools are at the top of his list. If one or more were to offer that would have the potential to shake up his list of favorites but for now the aforementioned five are still the five to watch.

Duke has been in front of everyone else for some time now. The program's resurgence on the field, the academics offered at the school, and the effort their coaching staff has put into recruiting him have been the reasons for their lead.

Gallaspy is rated a three-star prospect and the No. 50 RB in the nation by Scout.com.

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