Gallman says Tigers firmly No. 1, using spring game visit to check out offense


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Wayne Gallman Wayne Gallman
Running Back
6-1, 195
Loganville, GA

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has the Tigers in the lead for his services, and he already feels comfortable and at home on the Clemson campus.

So what will he be looking at when he comes back to campus for the Clemson spring game on April 14th? Gallman said he wants to take an even closer look at offensive coordinator Chad Morris’ offense.

Gallman, out of Loganville (Grayson) Ga., told TigerNet Sunday afternoon he can't wait to get back to Clemson for the visit.

“I have been up there a couple of times, so I am used to the campus by now,” he said. “I am comfortable with the campus and with the coaches, and I know my way around. So I want to watch the spring game, and see how the offense works. I want to see how the running backs are used. The coaches have told me I am a perfect fit for that offense.”

Gallman is one of three Grayson players the Tigers are chasing – teammates David Kamara David Kamara

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Loganville, GA

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and Robert Nkemdiche Robert Nkemdiche
Defensive End
6-5, 265
Loganville, GA

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also have offers – and he said the three are still kicking around the idea of playing together.


“That is something we have talked about for a long time,” Gallman said. “We would love to play together, but we also understand we have to go where we are each happy.”

Gallman said that he heard from Clemson head coach Dabo SwinneyDabo Swinney
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this past Wednesday.

“He really just wanted to talk about the things that are going on in my life,” he said. “He told me he basically wants to me come there, and play football for him.”

Gallman has offers Clemson, Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Vanderbilt, and said the Tigers still hold the lead.

“Clemson is my leader still,” he said. “I just love everything about the place. It is just based on how I feel, really. I love the atmosphere, and I love the coaches. I just feel like I would be at home there. I plan on making my decision sometime over the summer, before school starts back.”

As a junior, Gallman rushed 130 times for 703 yards.

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