Riverside (Mo.) Park Hill South offensive lineman Brett Gallimore has had a busy fall. And it will only continue.
"I have been busy with football and school," the 6-foot-5, 290-pound Gallimore said. "The recruiting has been going good and I have been talking with the coaches almost every night. The phone stays busy, but I appreciate the coaches calling."
In addition to the coaches, reporters wanting updates on the recruiting process keep the four-star rated tackle busy.
"The recruiting services such as Rivals.com call frequently to update where I am at."
Gallimore has begun to narrow his list down some and will finalize his remaining official visits soon.
"I have gotten my list down to about 10 teams that I am considering and five teams that are in the top five," he said. "I have made official visits to Ohio State and Purdue. I will be taking three other official trips in the next month or so to Florida State (Nov. 14), Michigan (Nov. 21) and Oregon (Nov. 18). I am also trying to work in a couple of unofficial trips that may be closer to home."
Park Hill South has lost two games on the season.
"I have been trying to concentrate more on our high school team which is now 4-2," he said. "We lost a couple of close games and we don't want that to happen anymore."
Gallimore has continued to put up very good numbers for an offensive lineman, showing the reason schools are recruiting him hard.
"My season to date is going pretty well," he said. "I am at about 75 pancakes and knockdowns so far this season. I had a high of 21 in an earlier game this season. We have a good line all the way across the front and it has helped us to get our offense moving."