Former Boston College guard Brevin Galloway chooses Clemson over USC
The hometown kid is back.
Brevin Galloway committed to Clemson on Tuesday evening. The brother of former Tigers tight end Braden Galloway, the Seneca High School graduate had narrowed down his schools to Clemson and rival South Carolina before choosing the Tigers’ program.
Adding another guard is crucial for Tigers head coach Brad Brownell, who lost two of its most experienced guards in Al-Amir Dawes and Nick Honor to the transfer portal. It looked like Clemson had added Jaelin Llewellyn, but the former Princeton guard decommitted on April 19, six days after he gave his verbal pledge.