Fast Start Leads To More Offers For Galloway

A huge first week of his junior season has led to two new offers for 2016 T.L. Hanna guard Brevin Galloway. Not only has he landed new offers but a lot of new schools are starting to show strong interest as of late. Averaging 27 points and 4 assists Galloway talks with us regarding his latest visit and what schools have stepped up their interest.

Brevin Galloway Profile

Galloway has become a highly sought after prospect among mid-majors over the past season but his early play has drawn interest from larger schools as of late. In fact, Galloway has gotten off to such a good start that he's picked up a pair of new offers.

He sat down with us to talk about the very latest regarding his early season and recruitment.

"Furman offered this week after my game Thursday and I'm visiting High Point today (Saturday), Galloway said.

A few hours later he messaged us with more good news.

"High Point just offered."

So how was his visit to High Point?

"It was nice. Everything was new, had a nice arcade, movie theater, steakhouse, and the gym and locker rooms are nice. All of the coaches were cool and joked around a lot, I felt comfortable there."

They offered me after we toured the campus after the game, I was in the head coach's office and they offered me there. They told me that they like that I can do more than just one thing. They saw me play Tuesday and I had 29 points and 6 assists. They said I'm the combo guard they are looking for."

The start of his junior season obviously has been great and Galloway talked about how things have gone so far for him early on.

"It's been good. I averaged 27 points and 4 assists per game this week. Five schools have been in to see me. Clemson and College of Charleston come to watch me tomorrow (Monday) against Daniel."

So what schools have been in the mix as of late for Galloway and who has stepped up their recruitment the most besides Furman and High Point who've both offered?

"Davidson, Clemson, UNC-Asheville, High Point, Furman, Florida Gulf Coast, Georgia, Winthrop, and Butler. The College of Charleston has been coming pretty hard. Their head coach Earl Grant is coming tomorrow after the assistant came to see me last Thursday."

Coming back from a nagging injury that really didn't allow him to fully showcase his talents consistently during the AAU season does Galloway feel like he's all the way back now?

"Yes. This past week was great, my confidence is high now, all this success is coming and it was just the first week. Offers are coming."

Along with Furman and High Point offering he also holds offers from Coastal Carolina, Maryland Eastern-Shore, and UNC-Wilmington.

The 2016 prospect says College of Charleston called his mother after his game last Thursday and said they would be offering soon and its the reason head coach Earl Grant is coming to see him.

With a 2-1 record early on Galloway is averaging 27 points, 3 rebounds, and 4 assists per game. He says he's playing both guard positions depending upon situations and teams are already starting to respect his scoring ability.

"One team went box and one for a quarter but others have put the most athletic guy on me if they go man."

The Hanna prospect will visit College of Charleston this coming weekend on the 14th and with more larger schools like nearby Clemson starting to show an interest we asked him if things would change regarding his thought process with his recruitment?

"That would change things a lot. I know I could play in the ACC or wherever, that would be a major thing to consider. I just want to be where I feel most comfortable at. I want to feel wanted and like a priority. I want a family-type feel with a team too."

We'll have more updates with Brevin Galloway as he's quickly moving up the 2016 rankings as one of the top prospects not only in the state but in the region.

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