Riverside (Mo.) Park Hill South offensive lineman Brett Gallimore has completed all of the visits on his calendar after returning from Michigan. Now, a decision should be coming sometime next month.
"The trip to Michigan this last weekend was fun and enjoyable for the entire family," Gallimore's father, Rich, said. "The game was great to watch, just like all of the Michigan, Ohio State games."
The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Gallimore had the opportunity to discuss the Michigan program with the coaches and other recruits.
"Brett met all the coaches, along with coach Carr," the elder Gallimore said. He was hosted by Jake Long again this visit and enjoys hanging out with Jake. Brett had a lot of time to talk with Max Martin, who commited some time ago. Max is another very nice kid and will be a tremendous running back at Michigan. Ted Ginn was also there for an official visit. We didn't get a lot of time to talk to Ted.
"Brett spent a lot of time with offensive line coach, Andy Moeller and discussed the future, if he decides to play at Michigan. Coach Moeller and Brett have a very good rapport and talk each week, when they are allowed to call. Coach Carr spent some time with the family before the game and answered a lot of questions that we needed answered. He also spent some personal time with Brett discussing Michigan football."
The four-star rated Gallimore got to see first hand the Michigan locker room before the game and after the victory.
"We were able to be in the locker room before and after the game," he said. "To see how things are before the big game was intense, to say the least."
Decision time is drawing near and a fifth visit, that was canceled earlier this month, might not be taken.
"Brett will probably make his decision sometime in December," he said. "We're going to talk it over and find the best place for him."