After his January Junior Day visit to Clemson, this four-star running back from Georgia listed…
Gallman commits to Clemson
The Grayson High School junior [Loganville, Ga.] told CUTigers late last month that Clemson was his favorite.
"It basically just feels right. I've been everywhere I wanted to go. It's the No. 1 place that was on my mind the whole time I went to every other college. It just feels right so I went on and committed," he told CUTigers on Wednesday.
Auburn, Georgia, Florida State, Georgia Tech and South Carolina also offered.
"I've been feeling Clemson ever since recruiting started," he said.
What stood out about the Tigers?
"I like everything. I like the school, the campus, the coaches, players, education system -- everything," he said.
Two of his teammates, Robert Nkemdiche and David Kamara, are also considering the Tigers.
"They're already looking forward to it. I don't want to let on anything about David. I know he's thinking about committing soon and I know Clemson is high on his list," Gallman said. "Robert, he really wants to, but at the same time, he still has LSU and Alabama. We just got done talking about that. We just came out of weight training."
As a junior, Gallman rushed 103 times for 703 yards and eight touchdowns.
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