#STRecruiting Notebook 4-26

6-2 Boston College transfer Brevin Galloway will announce his decision between Clemson and USC Tuesday according to a report Monday night by the Portal Report. Galloway is a Seneca native who spent four seasons at the College of Charleston then transferred to Boston College prior to last season when Earl Grant left the College for BC. It would be a surprise if Galloway did not pick Clemson considering 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.

6-6 Coastal Carolina grad transfer Ebrima Dibba arrived at USC Monday for an official visit according to CBB Europe. Dibba is a native of Sweden who spent four seasons with the Chants including a redshirt season in 2020. This season he averaged eight points, five rebounds and five assists per game. He shot 46% from the floor, 34% from three, and 80% from the foul line. In a win over the Gamecocks in December, Dibba scored five points, grabbed six rebounds and handed out four assists. Dibba was named to The Basketball Classic All-Tournament Team after leading the Chants to the title game. Since entering the portal, he has also taken an official visit to Ohio.

The USC Women offered 2024 6-5 Blanca Thomas of Charlotte.

USC football coach Shane Beamer tweeted out his “Welcome Home” commitment alert Monday afternoon. The prospect who generated the alert has not yet gone public with his pledge to the Gamecocks.

DE Dorian Gerald, who prepped at West Florence before junior college and three years at Arkansas (one redshirting due to injury) is transferring. He was heavily recruited by USC while in junior college. He also was once committed to Tennessee.

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