Clemson Tuesday night added a player from their own backyard, by way of Charleston and Boston, when 6-2 Brevin Galloway announced a commitment to the Tigers. He chose Clemson over USC. Galloway, who prepped at Seneca, is coming to Clemson as a transfer from Boston College. Before that, he spent four years at the College of Charleston including a redshirt season due to injury.
It’s no surprise Galloway would choose Clemson. He went to high school eight miles from campus, his brother played football for the Tigers, and his former head coach was an assistant for Brad Brownell before taking the College job. And Galloway had one of his best games of this season in Littlejohn Coliseum when he hit five three pointers and scored a season high 18 points. On the season Galloway averaged 8.3 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game.
Galloway, who played only four games in the 2021 season and seven games in the 2017 season due to injuries, was granted an extra year of eligibility and thus will have the opportunity to finish out his career where it started, on native soil.
Galloway has exactly 100 college games under his belt. He’s averaged nine points and 2 rebounds per game in his career. He’s known for his deep-three shooting and made 37% of his threes with the Cougars. That figure dropped off last season with the Eagles to 26%. He’s a career 39% shooter overall, 33% from three and 63% from the line.