I am not fortunate enough to have ESPNU, so I could not watch Jeremy Gallon tonight.
I would love to hear what he did during the game.
He caught a TD, threw one, and scored a third that I did not see. He was basically Apopka's entire offense, and they were seriously threatening to upset the team with the nation's longest high current winning streak, so that may bode well. They lined him up at QB and tailback intermittently, so it was difficult to always know where he was. That is, until little #5 flew out of the scrum with the ball, which happened a lot. He will probably fit right in at the slot at M and line up in the backfield from time to time too. I would be surprised to see him as a QB in AA though. With respect to current Michigan players, he probably compares best to TRob in high school.
looked great - great combo of speed, moves, and acceleration.
What impressed me the most was that he was still fresh in the 4th quarter despite playing both ways because there are only 33 men on his team.
Would have been a much different game if his team could have made a PAT.
underrated and RR might have found himself a diamond in the rough. That is why I don'y question who he recruits because he obviously know what he is doing.
Gallon is a top-100 player on Rivals. I'm not sure he's underrated.
When you are 5 8" and in the top 100 you must be pretty good. Same goes for Tavarick Austin out of Maryland.