“It’s a realistic benchmark for him,” Michigan receivers coach Jeff Hecklinski said. “If he reaches that plateau, then we’re moving the ball and we’re doing good things offensively. If he doesn’t reach that plateau, then we are probably struggling."
“He has the ability to take the edge off of things so that guys can just go play,” Michigan wide receivers coach Jeff Hecklinski said of Gallon. “He’s also become a leader in the way that he takes the blame for stuff. He says ‘You know what coach, that’s me. That’s not those guys, that’s me. I’ll get it handled.’ It helps guys just relaxed and play.”