With the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL draft fast approaching on Jan. 16, a handful of notable decisions announced their decisions on Tuesday.
On the heels of winning the national title, Clemson running back Wayne Gallman made it known that he is leaving before his senior season to play professionally. Gallman was largely bottled up Monday night against Alabama, gaining only 46 yards on 18 carries, but he scored a big touchdown in the fourth quarter to give the Tigers a 28-24 lead.
Clemson, of course, went on to win 35-31 on a last-second touchdown pass from Deshaun Watson (who also is going to the NFL) to Hunter Renfrow.
Gallman gained 1,133 yards and scored 17 touchdowns as a junior. In 2015, he rushed for 1,527 yards and 13 scores. Overall, Gallman finishes his Clemson career with 3,429 yards and 34 touchdowns rushing along with 65 catches for 473 yards and two scores through theRead More »from Jan. 10 NFL draft declarations: Clemson RB Wayne Gallman, 2 possible first round linemen going pro