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Originally a 4th-round (140th pick overall) draft choice by the Giants in 2017.
- Originally a 4th-round (140th pick overall) draft choice by the Giants in 2017.
- Gallman has played in 38 games with 4 starts…Totals include 191 rushing attempts for 762 yards (4.0-yard avg.) and 3 touchdowns, with a long run of 24 yards, and 59 receptions for 384 yards and 12 touchdowns.
- In 2019, played in 10 games with 2 starts…Inactive for 5 games, including each of the last 4, and did not play vs. Green Bay (12/1)…Finished 3rd on the team with 110 rushing yards on 29 attempts (3.8-yard avg.) and 2 touchdowns and 11 receptions for 102 yards and 1 score…Rushed for 17 yards on 2 carries, including a 2-yard touchdown in the 4th quarter, and added 3 catches for 24 yards at Dallas (9/8)…Started and recorded a career-high 118 scrimmage yards (63 rushing, 55 receiving) and scored touchdowns on a 6-yard catch and a 1-yard run vs. Washington (9/29), his first career 2-touchdown game…His 18 carries and 55 receiving yards were career highs and his 6 catches tied his career best…Started vs. Minnesota and rushed for 14 yards on 2 carries before suffering a concussion that forced him to miss the game at New England (10/10)…Had 1 carry for 2 yards at the Jets (11/10) and 1 for 1 yards at Chicago (11/24).
- In 2018, played in 15 games with 1 start…Did not play vs. Tennessee (12/16)…Finished 2nd on the team with 51 carries for 176 yards…Scored the first rushing touchdown of his career on a 2-yard run vs. Dallas (12/3)…Also caught 14 passes for 89 yards…Started and rushed for 17 yards on 4 carries and added 2 catches for a season-high 25 yards vs. Philadelphia (10/11)…Had season-high totals of 14 carries and 38 yards at Washington (12/9) and a season-high 3 receptions for 17 yards vs. New Orleans (9/30).
- As a rookie in 2017, Gallman played in each of the final 13 games with 1 start after he was inactive for the first 3 games…Finished 2nd on the team with 476 rushing yards on 111 carries (4.3-yard avg.)…Gallman was also 5th on the Giants with 34 receptions for 193 yards (5.7-yard avg.), and 1 touchdown.
- Made his NFL debut at Tampa Bay (10/1) with team-high totals of 11 carries for 42 yards…Added 2 catches for 8 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown in the 3rd quarter…Gallman was the first Giants running back to score a touchdown of any kind in his pro debut since Sept. 11, 2005, when Brandon Jacobs – also a 4th-round draft choice – scored on a 5-yard run vs. Arizona. He was the first Giants back to score his first career touchdown on a reception since Da'Rel Scott, who caught a 23-yard scoring pass from Eli Manning vs. Denver on Sept. 15, 2013. Gallman was also the first Giants running back to catch a touchdown pass in his first NFL game since Sept. 9, 1990, when Rodney Hampton – the team's first-round selection that year – scored on a 12-yard throw from Phil Simms vs. Philadelphia.
- The following week, Gallman rushed for 57 yards vs. the Chargers (10/8). His 99 rushing yards, were the highest total by a Giants running back in his first 2 NFL games since Ron Dayne had 128 yards in 2000.
- Had a season-high 7 receptions for 40 yards and rushed for 59 yards on 12 carries vs. Dallas (12/10)…Made his first career start at Arizona (12/24) and finished with a season-high 44 receiving yards on 6 catches, plus 18 rushing yards on 10 carries.
- Against Washington (12/31), Gallman had season-high totals of 15 carries for 89 yards, a 5.9-yard average. He joined Orleans Darkwa (20 carries for 154 yards, a 7.7-yard average), to give the Giants multiple players with 15+ rush attempts and 5.9+ yards-per-attempt in the same game for the first time in their history.
- Left Clemson after 3 seasons as one of the most decorated and productive running backs in school history...Played in 42 games with 37 starts…Career totals include 3,429 rushing yards and 34 touchdowns on 676 carries...Finished 3rd in Clemson history in rushing touchdowns and 5th in rushing yards…Added 65 career receptions for 473 yards and 2 touchdowns...Broke Raymond Priester's single-season school record with 1,527 yards in 2015, and Priester's career record for 100-yard rushing games (with 17) in 2016...Clemson was 17-0 in those contests…In 2016, was 2nd-team All-ACC…Started all 15 games and had 232 carries for 1,133 yards and 17 touchdowns for Clemson's national championship team…The 17 scores tied Lester Brown (1978) and James Davis (2006) for the top single-season mark in Clemson history…Scored at least 1 touchdown in 13 of 15 games…Added 152 yards on 20 receptions…Scored a touchdown and rushed for 85 yards in the Fiesta Bowl vs. Ohio State...Rushed for 46 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown, in the National Championship Game vs. Alabama…In 2015, was named first-team All-ACC by the league's coaches, and was co-recipient of Bank of America Hamilton Offensive MVP along with quarterback Deshaun Watson...Played in 14 games with 13 starts…Set school records with 283 carries and 1,527 rushing yards, and scored 13 touchdowns...Added 21 catches for 213 yards and a score...Gallman's 1,740 yards from scrimmage were the highest total in Clemson history, passing C.J. Spiller's record of 1,715 in 2009...Rushed for a season-high 187 yards – 168 in the 2nd half – on 28 carries in the ACC Championship Game vs. North Carolina. It was his school-record eighth 100-yard game of the season…Ran for 45 yards and 1 touchdown in the National Championship Game vs. Alabama…In 2014, played in 13 games with 9 starts…Rushed for a team-high 769 yards and 4 touchdowns on 161 carries…Added 24 receptions for 108 yards and 1 touchdown…Redshirted in 2013.
- Served as a Play 60 Ambassador, appearing at Lewis F. Cole Middle School in Fort Lee, N.J. as the Giants and American Heart Association partnered for weekly visits for a month, to get students active and playing outside…Attended the 2019 Giants Draft Party, thanking season ticket holders for their support and celebrating the new rookie draft class…Represented Single Parent Foundation during the NFL's Week 14 My Cause My Cleats initiative… Packed 1,000+ care packages with front office staff, coaches and teammates that were donated to My Sisters' Place, a safe haven for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking…Attended the Muscle Team Gala to support the fundraising efforts of the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
- Earned undergraduate degree in communication in December 2016... Played at Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga…Played in the Offense-Defense Bowl in Houston…As a senior, rushed for 516 yards and 8 touchdowns…In his junior season, rushed for 700 yards and 8 touchdowns as a junior...Parents are Wayne Gallman, Sr. and Felecia Sconiers…Has 2 sisters, Justyce Sheard and Madison Sheard.