3-Star Running Back will visit Louisville June 19

Photo: ROB BROWN/News & Record
Photo: ROB BROWN/News & Record

June is a big month in the football recruiting world as teams hold different camps and recruits come to visit and get some work in. Louisville will have Reggie Gallaspy Jr. on campus in a couple weeks. Across the four major recruiting sites, Gallaspy is rated as a 3-star prospect. He is listed at 5’11 and 205 lbs from Greensboro, North Carolina. ESPN ranks him as the 34th best running back in his class, 247 Sports has him as the 39th best, Rivals has him as the 36th best, and Scout has him as the 66th best. So that shows how much those sites can vary, but 3 out of 4 have him as a top 40 running back in the country.

“I’ll be visiting Louisville June 19th,” he told CSZ. It will be an unofficial visit. He also will unofficially visit Michigan State (June 16), Illinois (June 17), and Vanderbilt (June 18). That is all that is set up so far, but he also does plan to visit Syracuse, Boston College, and Arkansas.

His stock has been rising as of late as he has picked up 6 offers since April 30. Those six have been from Vanderbilt, California, Louisville, Navy, Michigan State, and Arkansas. Other than those six, he also holds offers from N.C. State, North Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Duke, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Syracuse, Wake Forest, and East Carolina.

He has also made unofficial visits to Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Clemson, and more.

So are there any favorites right now in Gallaspy’s mind? “No, not until I finish visiting. I just want to visit every school before I commit.” After he takes his unofficial visits this summer, he plans to then decide which schools he wants to use his official visits on.

As far as a timetable on when to narrow his list or make a decision, Gallaspy says “not exactly a timetable right now. Just waiting until sometime during the season to commit.”


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