On owning Michigan's single season receiving record with 1,342 yds
he grew a beard
My favorite Gallon play ever; the wheel route that he caught that went for about 50 yards that set up the win for UTL I... it was magical.
Cloaking Device FTW.
Our running backs could have used that cloaking device in order to get passed the LOS!
"They left him alone! Needs a block! Now he's in a footrace..."
Well deserved. Really going to miss him. Great wolverine
Yes, congrats Gallon, you get to graduate and leave this dumpster fire.
Solid player Jeremy Gallon.
Congrats Jeremy. Thank you so much for everything.
By far one of my favorite Wolverines of the recent era. I think he'll be very succesful in the NFL, he is a little short but I think he could be one hell of a slot receiver.
Wish him the best wherever he ends up.
Thanks cannot be put into words. Congrats. And thanks to all the seniors
I'm glad he got the record. Much deserved. Granted he had a few extra games to capture it but nonetheless a record.
Braylon had 12 games. Gallon had 13. So yes he had an extra game, but only one, not a few extra. Regardless, Gallon had less receptions and a better YPC by 3 over Braylon. Both were great Wolverines!
Congratulations to Gallon! He has worked and played hard for five years, never complains, never got in trouble (that I recall), has had some amazing plays. So happy for him.
and all the best at the next level.
Thanks Jeremy! Best WR since Desmond. That's right I said it!
Look forward to watching his pursuit of the NFL dream. Get your Rocket Boots ready, kid.
This is mesmerizing.
So that is how he plays like he's 5'9"
Well deserved buddy can't wait to watch u on Sundays
Great kid, great player. I really hope he makes it in the NFL.
We'll always have those great performances against ND
Congrats Jeremy, you deserved to go out on a way higher note than this.
great career at Michigan and great season.
A well-deserved record. Thanks to all the players, and especiallly the seniors.
He's a hell of a fucking football player. And yes, he deserved better.
Gotta love this guy he gave his all even if it was a crappy team
Shining star in a dark sky of a season. Thanks for the memories!
I'll miss watching him play in the maize and blue.
Tiny Jesus 2.0
I hope everyone who wears #21 wears it as well as he did. Bravo.
He was a rare bright spot and will be appreciated for many years to come.
I am so glad he broke the 2 records, I echo everyone else's sentiment, what a great wolverine! And I will always read the box score to see how he fares on Sundays.
For as horrible as this offense felt this season... how did we have a multi-record breaking WR and almost multi-recording breaking QB? Does not compute.
Of offensive stats (just so much more offense in general across the board), combined with no running game, combined with a highly unbalanced pass distribution. Seems like gallon was about 70% of the targets (probably because he was open, granted)
He really did the 21 jersey proud. I hope my favorite NFL team drafts him so I can keep rooting for this kid.
becomes my new favorite NFL team.
One heck of a player.
I look forward to drafting him at least a round too early on my fantasy team next year.
he has been a bright for this team and he has left a legacy for other recievers to inspire fallow not only on the field but off it as well wish him the best of luck on sundays hopefully he will go to the Patriots where I feel he fits their system.
And good luck in the Shrine Game.
Edit: Shrine Game, not the Senior Bowl.
One of the toughest players to suit up for Michigan over the last decade. Gonna miss you, Jeremy! Good luck at the next level and stay away from dysfunctional NFL teams such as the Lions, Raiders, and Cowboys.
Hard to believe his career is over. Went by so fast.
Good find by rich rod, someone had to say it.
Jeremy Gallon is one of the primary reasons that Don Criqui is still waiting for a signal of some kind, and I am totally OK with that. Thank you, Jeremy Gallon, for that as well as many other great moments in your time at Michigan. I wish you nothing but success in the next phases of your life and would love to see you out there playing for someone on Sunday sometime soon.
You'll go down as one of my all-time favorites to play for Michigan.
- for downfield blocking like a ninja. Its my belief thats what got himn recognized and then on the field in the first place.
- for all the hours spent working with Gardner on routes, timing, etc.
- for excelling on the field in a transitional period where Michigan didn't have the greatest passing attack.
As above, the route in UTL1 that setup the game winner will always stick in my mind, secondly the screen pass that burst us out of the trap in the south end zone that Ohio had so cleverly set on our first possession...but so many other quality pass completions as well.
Mr Gallon will be missed going forward, and I wish him all the best in the future.
Jeremy Gallon is the perfect example of why the Legends jerseys should not exist. He had the single greatest receiving season (by yards) of any MIchigan receiver of all time. Yet, he was wearing Desmond Howard's jersey. Any time someone sees a 21 jersey he/she will (rightly) think of Desmond. If someone buys a 21 jersey and puts Gallon's name on the back, people will look at that person strangely because "Gallon" does not belong in the place where "Howard" should be. 21 is not 1. With the 1 jersey, we have come to expect great receivers to strive for the number and create an actual legacy (Carter, Alexander, Terrell, Edwards). But the 21 jersey will always be Desmond's number BECAUSE his name appears on the front. It's unfortunate for Gallon and his legacy and is just another reason that the Legends jerseys were a failure.
The flip side. Legit points, but there is good with the legends jersey as well.
Great player with obviously a great sense of humor based on some of his antics. Wish him nothing but the best moving forward in both football and life.
It's pretty amazing he broke the record with how the offense played. It just shows how great of a WR he is. Gonna miss this guy. Good luck in the NFL!