Meet CFC’s # 1: 23 NCAA offers and counting

Ottawa defensive end take coveted top spot in CFC TOP 100 CLASS 2015 RANKINGS.

Neville Gallimore is at the top of the CFC TOP 100 pack.

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The 6’3, 280 pound defensive end from Ottawa, Ontario has nabbed the coveted CFC #1 ranking in the TOP 100 for Class 2015.

Gallimore has reached 23 NCAA Division 1 offers.  The first NCAA offer came on February 20th from the Maryland Terrapins.  In over three months, he would get a plethora of offers from the following teams:  Wake Forest Demon Deacons (February 24th), South Florida Bulls (February 26th), Minnesota Golden Gophers (February 27th), Mississippi State Bulldogs (February 28th), Texas Christian University TCU Horn Frogs (March 2nd), UCLA Bruins (March 5th), California Golden Bears (March 10th), Wisconsin Badgers (April 11th), Kansas Jayhawks (April 15th), Oklahoma Sooners (April 22nd), Nebraska Cornhuskers (April 28th), West Virginia Mountaineers (April 28th), Cincinnati Bearcats (May 13h), Miami Hurricanes (May 13th), Notre Dame Fighting Irish (May 13th), Ohio State Buckeyes (May 18th), Oregon Ducks (May 18th), Florida Gators (May 22nd) and Michigan State Spartans (May 23rd).

Neville Gallimore

Gallimore is currently attending Canada Prep Football Academy and is playing for the Raiders.  Among the other teams he has suited up for include St. Patrick Fighting Irish of National Capital Secondary School Athletic Association (NCSSAA), junior varsity Cumberland Panthers of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and South Ottawa Mustangs.

The Ontario defensive end previously told CanadaFootballChat.com that he will not be making a final decision on which NCAA Division offer he will accept until sometime during his senior year.

With the coveted CFC # 1 position now in tow, Gallimore’s stock will continue to rise in the coming weeks and months.

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