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Jeremy Gallon
WR #83
Height:
5-8
Weight:
185
Age:
24
College:
Michigan
Hometown:
Apopka, Fla.
Experience:
R

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Biography

Jeremy Gallon was drafted by the New England Patriots in the seventh round (244th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Jeremy Gallon was drafted by the New England Patriots in the seventh round (244th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

CAREER NOTES
- Four-year letterman appeared in 51 contests at wide receiver and kick and punt returner, making 25 starts and totaling 173 receptions for 2,704 yards and 17 touchdowns. Also returned 32 kickoffs for 658 yards and 47 punts for 333 yards.
- Holds the school record for receiving yards in a single season (1,373 yards).
- Holds the Big Ten record for receiving yards in a single game (369).
- Recorded a reception in 39 consecutive games.

SEASONAL REVIEWS
Senior Year (2013):
- Named All-Big Ten second-team (coaches and media, Sporting News All-Big Ten Team, Athlon Sports All-Big Ten Team and Bo Schembechler Team MVP as a senior.
- Appeared in 13 games at wide receiver, making 12 starts and became the 10th U-M player to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in a season, ranking second in the Big Ten in receiving yards (1,373 yards) on 89 receptions and nine touchdown receptions. Also contributed on special teams.
- Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 7) after catching eight passes for 184 yards and a career-high three touchdowns.
- Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs. Indiana (Oct. 19) after he caught two touchdown passes and set career-highs with 14 catches for 369 yards. His 14 receptions are the second-highest total in program history and his 369 yards ranks first among single-game performances in U-M history.
- Posted nine catches for 175 yards and one touchdown vs. Ohio State (Nov. 30).
- Registered 10 receptions for 115 yards at Northwestern (Nov. 16).

Junior Year (2012):
- Earned All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches, media), Phil Steele's Postseason All-Big Ten second team Played in 13 games with 12 starts and was the team's leading receiver with 49 receptions for 829 yards and four touchdowns.
- Set then career highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards (145). Also tallied two TD catches vs. South Carolina (Jan. 1).
- Recorded five receptions for 133 yards vs. Iowa (Nov. 17).
- Tied career-long reception on 71-yard TD catch vs. (Oct. 13).
- Caught a team-high four passes for a then career-high 107 yards vs. Alabama (Sept. 1), including a then career-long 71-yard reception.

Sophomore Year (2011):
- Earned Phil Steele's All-Big Ten Special Teams third team selection.
- Appeared in all 13 games at wide receiver, making one start and was team's second leading receiver with 31 receptions for 453 yards and three TDs.
- Set career highs for punt returns (4), punt return yards (62) and punt return long (32) at Illinois. (Nov. 12).
- Caught four passes for 46 yards in first career start vs. (Oct. 1).

Redshirt Freshman Year (2010):
- Appeared in 12 games and caught four passes for 49 yards and a touchdown. Also posted 10 punt returns for 43 yards and 27 kick returns for 589 yards.
- Caught two passes for 25 yards as a reserve at slot receiver vs. Bowling Green (9/25), scoring a touchdown on his first collegiate reception for 11 yards.
- Returned five kickoffs for 124 yards, including career-long 47-yard kick return, and finished the game with 136 all-purpose yards at Penn State (10/30).

Freshman Year (2009):
- Redshirted as a freshman in 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL:
- Attended Apopka High School (2009) and played quarterback, running back and safety and led team to Class 6A state semifinals as a junior.
- Was a three-year varsity letterman and gained 4,281 yards on 570 carries (7.5 avg.) and scored 53 touchdowns during his career. Also completed 80-of-141 passes for 1,624 yards and 15 TDs in career.
- Rushed for 1,830 yards on 240 carries and scored 23 touchdowns as a senior. Also completed 24-of-53 passes for 553 yards and seven TDs senior year.
- Rushed 219 times for 1,613 yards and scored 23 TDs as a junior. Also completed 56-of-88 passes for 1,071 yards and eight touchdowns junior year.
- Rushed for 800 yards on 112 carries as a sophomore.
- Was a U.S. Army All-American game participant and named Class 6A all-state first team as a junior and senior. Also named first-team All-Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel as a junior and senior and Orlando Sentinel's Offensive Player of the Year as a junior.

PERSONAL:
- Jeremy Jermaine Gallon was born February 9, 1990.
- Gallon was enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in general studies.

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