Did FSU Visit Change Leaders?

Did FSU Visit Change Leaders?

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Did FSU Visit Change Leaders?

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Grayson High running back Wayne Gallman took an unofficial visit to Florida State over the weekend.  TheClemsonInsider.com caught up with Wayne to see how the visit went.

“It went good.  I went down with my mom, dad and a friend.  We had a good visit,” said Gallman.

Wayne and his family got to see the environment at Florida State.

“We did the regular things you do on a visit.  We got to see the campus and the facilities,” said Gallman.

Florida State did not offer the prize recruit during the visit.  What did Wayne hear from the Noles staff?

“They told me they want me to come to camp.  They didn’t give me an offer yet, but said they are real interested.  They want to get a look at me at camp,” replied Gallman.

When asked if the visit changed his leaders, Gallman responded, “Not really, Florida State was already in my top five.  They are still number two behind Clemson”.

A trip to Clemson is the next planned visit.

“I am going to get up to Clemson for their spring game,” said Gallman.

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