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LaDarius Galloway

LaDarius Galloway

-  University of Tennessee at Martin
2018
Class
Football
Sport
5'8"
Height
195
Weight
3098

ATHLETE

BIO

I was just a child when I first dreamt of becoming a professional Athlete. Ever determined and never willing to give up on the dream and sport I loved, I sacrificed much, enduring times of challenge and hardship, in order to reach the pinnacle of the athletic world. Here I stand hoping to become apart of an organization that will benefit from my Discipline, my Determination, my Passion for this game I've embraced and longed to play since that childhood dream!

2018: Preseason All-OVC selection…Named to Phil Steele Preseason All-OVC first team...Played in all 11 games for the Skyhawks while earning seven starts at running back…Compiled 136 carries for 540 yards…Tallied five tackles…Ripped a season-long 23-yard carry against Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 13)…Averaged 4.0 yards per carry…Tallied a pair of touchdowns against Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 13) and Eastern Illinois (Oct. 20)…Notched a season-best 18 carries for 78 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Eastern Illinois (Oct. 20)…Compiled 28 receptions for 248 yards and two touchdowns…Notched a pair of 51-yard touchdown receptions against Missouri (Sept. 1) and Middle Tennessee (Sept. 8)…Averaged 8.9 yards per receptions…Scored 42 points on the season…Tallied a season-best 109 all-purpose yards at Middle Tennessee (Sept. 8)…Returned one kickoff return for 12 yards…Averaged 72.7 all-purpose yards per game…Averaged 49.1 yards of total offense per game…Tallied two total tackles coming against Chattanooga (Sept. 15) and Southeast Missouri (Oct. 27).

2017: Played in all 11 games for the Skyhawks while earning five starts at running back…Named to All-OVC second team…OVC Player of the Week twice (Sept. 9 and Sept. 24)…OVC Newcomer of the Week twice (Sept. 9 and Sept. 24)…STATS FCS National Player of the Week Honorable Mention (Sept. 9)…College Sports Madness Player of the Week twice (Sept. 9 and Sept. 24)…Tallied 172 carries for 859 yards…Rushed for four touchdowns…Averaged 5.0 yards per carry…Ripped a season-long rush of 59 yards against Ole Miss (Sept. 9)…Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing plateau against Clarion (Aug. 31) and Ole Miss (Sept. 9)…Recorded a pair of rushing touchdowns against No. 20 Tennessee State (Sept. 23)…Tallied a season-high 24 carries for 188 yards and a touchdown against Ole Miss (Sept. 9)…Finished the season ranked third in the OVC in rushing yards and rushing yards per game (78.1) while sitting fifth in all-purpose yards…Tallied 22 receptions for 307 yards…Averaged 14.0 yards per receptions…Posted five games with over 100 yards of all-purpose yards against Clarion (198), Ole Miss (197), Tennessee State (118), Southeast Missouri (146) and Tennessee Tech (127)…Averaged 106.0 all-purpose yards per game.

BEFORE UTM: Joins the Skyhawks from Copiah-Lincoln Community College, where he played for head coach Glenn Davis…Led the Wolves to a 5-4 record in 2016…Ranked as a top-three rusher in the MACJC as he tallied 1,003 yards on 182 carries while scoring 10 touchdowns…Averaged 111.4 yards per game…Posted six 100-yard rushing games – including a career-high 184 yards against Pearl River CC…Tallied 14 receptions for 108 yards…Averaged 7.7 yards per catch…Earned MACJC second-team all-state honors…Tallied 89 carries for 500 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman…Prepped at Gentry High School, where he played for head coach Gregory Redd…He tallied 457 career carries for 4,725 yards and 40 touchdowns in his prep career for the Rams.

PERSONAL: Born on April 3, 1997...Son of Armeil Galloway and Farrah Young...Has three siblings, Latiyia, Ladaisha and Willdarius...Majoring in business.

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PRO DAY

Barwis Football
Deerfield Beach, Florida
08/29/2020
Analysis
Pro Comparison
Ladanian Tomlinson

" If I were to compare LaDarius Galloway to a former NFL Player, I would compare him to Ladanian Tomlinson. They are about the same size in both height and weight, and both are great pass catchers out of the backfield. Both are very shifty and strong but would rather use that skill to make 1 or 2 moves to get in the open field and even then, have the speed to evade defenders. This is a skill set that some scouts say of LT: what he lacked in size, he made up for with a hard-nosed running style and terrific speed in the open field. He was also one of the most versatile players in the game, gaining more than 1,200 rushing yards—as well as making more than 50 pass receptions—in each of his first seven seasons.

This is a scouting report on LT from the positive to the negative and let us look at how things are either similar or contrasting to LaDarius Galloway. "

 
Analysis

"Positives... Well-built athlete with an outstanding size/speed package... Flashes quick moves off the snap and is very effective scanning the field when taking a pitch-out...Shows determination and power running between the tackles...Has a compact build and a strong lower frame that allows him to run through arm tackles...Shows strength breaking into the secondary... Takes good angles trying to accelerate past the line...Has good veer and weave running with the ball...Protects the ball securely and displays solid route-running skills with proper hand extension going for the screen passes...Very quick and decisive getting to off-target throws...Stands his ground firmly as a blocker picking up the blitz, facing up to deliver a forceful hand punch.

Negatives... Works better when taking the pitch-out, lacking the sudden moves to get off the snap from the proper stance...For all of his power, he seems to prefer to run out of bounds rather than turn upfield to gain extra yardage...not that productive when called upon to take the ball up the middle...Looks to make the "home run" plays too often, developing a reliance on that factor... Better when he gets a rolling start (best with a few yards to build up), but still lacks that explosive burst you'd want in a player with his quickness...Little tight in the hips, preventing him from developing any "shake-&-bake" moves...Willing blocker, but not one who can rock the defender back...Shows strength breaking low tackles, but does not have that quick first step to avoid nor does he use his power to move the pile.

As you can see, they both have the same similarities but some of the negatives that was scouted on LT is seen as an advantage for Ladarius Galloway. One of the negatives that LT had that Ladarius shows as a strength is running up the field if he sees he is boxed in for prevention of gaining yards. They scouted LT as a player not comfortable running the ball up the middle, Ladarius relishes the opportunity to run the ball in the middle. He has the strength to break arm tackles and carry defenders for gaining yards as well. Ladarius can “shake and bake” if it is necessary to elude defenders. He has the innate choice to decide to use “power” “multiple moves” or speed to elude defenders and he is strategic in knowing whether to keep going or to wait until the next down to decipher what the defense gives him. LaDarius is exceptional in catching the ball as a receiver out of the backfield. He has receiver like hands and poses as a double threat as a great running back and a player catching the ball out of the backfield. As a 5’10 200lb running back, he poses numerous threats for defenders and with him running sub 4.5’s and sometimes high 4.4 40 times, he can be very elusive. LaDarius is a pro prospect that can use his gifts to help a team in a successful campaign. He is God-fearing and brings a sense of calmness and maturity to a team. He is hungry to be the best but simultaneously, very humble in knowing opportunities are from God and appreciates everything that is earned "

2.6
4.59
6.65
9'7"
38"
4.12
225 x 10 reps

SEASONS

ANALYSIS

Analysis
Pro Comparison
Ladanian Tomlinson

" If I were to compare LaDarius Galloway to a former NFL Player, I would compare him to Ladanian Tomlinson. They are about the same size in both height and weight, and both are great pass catchers out of the backfield. Both are very shifty and strong but would rather use that skill to make 1 or 2 moves to get in the open field and even then, have the speed to evade defenders. This is a skill set that some scouts say of LT: what he lacked in size, he made up for with a hard-nosed running style and terrific speed in the open field. He was also one of the most versatile players in the game, gaining more than 1,200 rushing yards—as well as making more than 50 pass receptions—in each of his first seven seasons.

This is a scouting report on LT from the positive to the negative and let us look at how things are either similar or contrasting to LaDarius Galloway. "

 
Analysis

"Positives... Well-built athlete with an outstanding size/speed package... Flashes quick moves off the snap and is very effective scanning the field when taking a pitch-out...Shows determination and power running between the tackles...Has a compact build and a strong lower frame that allows him to run through arm tackles...Shows strength breaking into the secondary... Takes good angles trying to accelerate past the line...Has good veer and weave running with the ball...Protects the ball securely and displays solid route-running skills with proper hand extension going for the screen passes...Very quick and decisive getting to off-target throws...Stands his ground firmly as a blocker picking up the blitz, facing up to deliver a forceful hand punch.

Negatives... Works better when taking the pitch-out, lacking the sudden moves to get off the snap from the proper stance...For all of his power, he seems to prefer to run out of bounds rather than turn upfield to gain extra yardage...not that productive when called upon to take the ball up the middle...Looks to make the "home run" plays too often, developing a reliance on that factor... Better when he gets a rolling start (best with a few yards to build up), but still lacks that explosive burst you'd want in a player with his quickness...Little tight in the hips, preventing him from developing any "shake-&-bake" moves...Willing blocker, but not one who can rock the defender back...Shows strength breaking low tackles, but does not have that quick first step to avoid nor does he use his power to move the pile.

As you can see, they both have the same similarities but some of the negatives that was scouted on LT is seen as an advantage for Ladarius Galloway. One of the negatives that LT had that Ladarius shows as a strength is running up the field if he sees he is boxed in for prevention of gaining yards. They scouted LT as a player not comfortable running the ball up the middle, Ladarius relishes the opportunity to run the ball in the middle. He has the strength to break arm tackles and carry defenders for gaining yards as well. Ladarius can “shake and bake” if it is necessary to elude defenders. He has the innate choice to decide to use “power” “multiple moves” or speed to elude defenders and he is strategic in knowing whether to keep going or to wait until the next down to decipher what the defense gives him. LaDarius is exceptional in catching the ball as a receiver out of the backfield. He has receiver like hands and poses as a double threat as a great running back and a player catching the ball out of the backfield. As a 5’10 200lb running back, he poses numerous threats for defenders and with him running sub 4.5’s and sometimes high 4.4 40 times, he can be very elusive. LaDarius is a pro prospect that can use his gifts to help a team in a successful campaign. He is God-fearing and brings a sense of calmness and maturity to a team. He is hungry to be the best but simultaneously, very humble in knowing opportunities are from God and appreciates everything that is earned "

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