Gallman is Blue Raider Bound

James Gallman (Fulton) must have really liked his time in Murfreesboro.

His last visit to the Murphy Center saw him hoisting a AA state championship gold ball for his Fulton Falcons.

Sweet baby James hopes to make one more glorious visit to the 'boro before embarking on his college career.

Oh by the way that will be in Murfreesboro as well.

Gallman decided to end his recruitment early and committed to the Blue Raiders this afternoon. MTSU has been a fixture at his events not only in high school but this entire summer. The hard work apparently paid off.

The 5-11 rising senior was a fixture on the summer circuit with the Tennessee Travelers and also participated in my Rocky Top League this past June, one of only three high schoolers in the league.

An exceptional defender with a sweet outside shot, James is the type of player who comes to play every time he steps on the hardwood. Never does he need motivation or a psych job, this dude is ready to go.

Gallman will be a favorite of the coaching staff at Middle and will make defending Sun Belt Coach of the Year Kermit Davis smile brightly.

The commitment of Gallman is the second of such this week as earlier John David Little (Mississippi) decided to pledge for the Blue Raiders.

Little, who played this summer for the Memphis Hoopers, is a hard nosed tough guy who can shoot and has an above average basketball accumen.

Now on to business of defending their crown will be priority one for Gallman and his Falcons. Don't be surprised to see them once again represent at his future stomping grounds.