One of the best performers among defensive linemen at the EPT Showcase in Columbia on Sunday was Tysheik Galloway.
Galloway, a rising junior defensive tackle at Belton-Honea Path High in Honea Path, S.C., consistently won his reps as he powered through interior offensive linemen. His aggressive style and tenacious attitude on the field was on display.
“I think I did real good out here, bull-rushing,” Galloway told TCI afterward. “I’ve got to work on my speed and my hands.”
The 6-foot-2, 280-pound prospect plans to compete at the Dabo Swinney Camp next month and hopes to stand out again there.
“I want to show them I’m one of the best people around here,” he said.
Galloway was an honorable mention All-Area player as a sophomore, when he posted 39 tackles, three sacks and two pass breakups.
Clemson, Duke, Florida State and South Carolina are showing interest according to Galloway, who visited Clemson for the Orange and White spring game last month as well as the Pittsburgh game last season.
“I like the family atmosphere,” Galloway said. “I like the new facility, the slide.”
Galloway, who lives less than an hour away from Clemson, is hopeful to receive what would be a dream offer from the Tigers in the future.
“It would be great. I would love it,” he said. “My childhood favorite school growing up.”