Brevin Galloway of the Charleston Cougars is coming to Chestnut Hill, and he announced it himself this evening on Twitter.
He’s a Senior guard using his extra year of eligibility to come play for the Eagles and follow his coach, Earl Grant, from Charleston. Galloway was hurt for the majority of last season, playing just 4 games, after tearing his ACL in his left knee. He was a big part of that Cougars team while he was healthy, though.
Galloway was playing as many as 29 minutes per game for the Cougars, scoring 15 points per game this past shortened season and 11 the year before. He also shoots from three well, hitting over 36% of shots in his last full season and getting to above 41% in the 4 games he played last year. If his progression continues despite his injury, Galloway could be a great player for Boston College.
This is a crucial addition for Earl Grant, as his roster is becoming incredibly thin as more players continue to transfer out of the program this offseason. Galloway also fills a big hole in Boston College’s guard depth, as the only remaining significant guards expected to return from last season are Makai Ashton-Langford and DeMarr Langford, Jr.