03/26/2014 - 2014 Pro Days: Trio of Wolverines star at Michigan Pro Day...Wideout Jeremy Gallon built upon his own sparkling showing in Indianapolis during the Pro Day workout, however, recording a 10-10" broad jump and a 39.5" vertical -- explosiveness which complements the 4.49-second 40-yard dash he ran at the Combine. At just 5-foot-7 (1/2), 184 pounds, Gallon lacks the size scouts would prefer and he is competing against a receiver group that is as deep and talented as any position in the draft. He's a proven playmaker who recorded a career-high 80 receptions for 1,284 yards and nine scores as a senior and could prove a steal if still on the board in the late rounds. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
12/05/2013 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (MEDIA): Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, Receiver...Gallon, whose 1,284 receiving yards in 2013 rank second all-time on U-M's single-season list, received his selection from both the coaches and the media. - Michigan football
12/05/2013 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, Receiver... Gallon, whose 1,284 receiving yards in 2013 rank second all-time on U-M's single-season list, received his selection from both the coaches and the media. - Michigan football
10/22/2013 - In Michigan's shootout win over Indiana, 63-47, on Saturday, senior wide receiver Jeremy Gallon showed why some scouts believe he has top-100 potential. He finished with 369 receiving yards, setting a new Big Ten and Michigan record and coming close to the FBS all-time mark (405 - Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech). Gallon did a nice job getting open and then once he had the ball, he didn't waste time stretching the field and finding the end zone.
His short, built stature is reminiscent of former Notre Dame wideout Golden Tate, who went on to be a second rounder of the Seattle Seahawks. Gallon entered the 2013 season with draft grades all over the map, many scouts thinking he was undraftable. But performances like his on Saturday make it impossible for next level decision-makers to ignore his playmaking ability. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
10/21/2013 - Michigan had a record-breaking day on offense and its defense was almost bad enough to overcome that. Devin Gardner set school records with 584 yards of offense and 503 yards passing and matched another mark with five touchdowns to help the Wolverines outlast Indiana 63-47. Jeremy Gallon had a Big Ten-record 369 yards receiving and two TDs on 14 receptions for the Wolverines, much to the dismay of Indiana coach Kevin Wilson.
Fitzgerald Toussaint had 151 yards rushing for the Wolverines and scored for a fourth time with 1:12 left in the shootout. The Wolverines set a school record with 751 yards of offense. Michigan, though, gave up 572 on defense in its worst showing since Oregon racked up 624 yards of offense in 2007. - AP Sports
10/21/2013 - WEEK 8 NCAA NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jeremy Gallon had a Big Ten-record 369 yards receiving and two touchdowns on 14 receptions for the Wolverines, much to the dismay of Indiana coach Kevin Wilson. "Ridiculous," Wilson said. Through three quarters, Gallon had 343 yards and was within reach of the major college record set in 1998 by Louisiana Tech's Troy Edwards with 405 yards receiving. The Wolverines amassed a school-record 751 yards of total offense. - NCAA.com
10/21/2013 - Wonder what happened to the Oklahoma offense? Check Indiana, where Kevin Wilson's team gave Michigan all it could handle but Jeremy Gallon and Devin Gardner were too much for IU. Still, Wilson's done a nice job juicing up this attack. They've played three Big Ten games and scored 44 points in two of them. The other game? IU scored 28 at Michigan State, which against Pat Narduzzi's D is like 44 against anyone else in the conference. IU is No. 9 in the country in offense and No. 11 in scoring. - Bruce Feldman, CBSSports.com
10/21/2013 - WEEK 8 CBSSPORTS.COM CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Michigan wide receiver Jeremy Gallon...Jeremy Gallon, like Lynch, was able to help his team seal a conference victory with his record-setting performance. Michigan continued to march down the field on Indiana despite two lost fumbles in the second half, using the Gardner-to-Gallon connection to overcome the miscues. By the end of the game, Gallon had a new school and Big Ten record with 369 receiving yards on 14 catches, adding two touchdowns in the 63-47 win. - CBSSports.com
10/21/2013 - WEEK 8 BIG TEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, Sr., WR, Apopka, Fla./Apopka...Established a Big Ten record with 369 receiving yards, the second-most in Football Bowl Subdivision history, in Michigan's victory over Indiana...Broke the Big Ten's previous mark of 301 yards set by Purdue's Chris Daniels in 1999...Caught a career-high 14 passes for an average of 26.4 yards per catch, scoring two touchdowns as the Wolverines posted a school-record 751 yards of total offense...Scored on touchdown catches of 21 and 50 yards, two of his six plays that went for more than 20 yards on the day...Records his second career weekly honor and second this season...Last Michigan Offensive Player of the Week: Jeremy Gallon (Sept. 9, 2013). - Big Ten football
10/21/2013 - WEEK 8 COLLEGE FOOTBALL STARS: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, had a Big Ten-record 369 yards receiving and two TDs against Indiana. - AP Sports
10/19/2013 - Devin Gardner set school records with 584 yards of offense and 503 yards passing and matched a Michigan mark with five touchdowns to help the Wolverines outscore Indiana 63-47 Saturday. Michigan (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten) lost two fumbles in the second half that gave the Hoosiers (3-4, 1-2) a chance to win in Ann Arbor for the first time since 1967. Thomas Gordon had two interceptions in the fourth quarter, including one inside the Wolverines 10 with 2:57 left, to avoid an upset.
Michigan's Jeremy Gallon had a Big Ten-record 369 yards receiving and two TDs. Fitzgerald Toussaint had 151 yards rushing and scored for a fourth time with 1:12 left in the shootout. The Wolverines set a school record with 711 yards of offense, and gave up 572 on defense. - AP Sports
09/11/2013 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Jeremy Gallon had three touchdown receptions in the huge win over Notre Dame, and his four TD catches through two games leads the Big Ten. His evolution into the showcase role in the passing attack continues. - The Sports Xchange
09/09/2013 - SEPT 9 COLLEGE FOOTBALL PERFORMANCE AWARDS WIDE RECEIVER PERFORMER OF THE WEEK: Jeremy Gallon (Michigan)...Gallon posted career bests with 184 receiving yards and three touchdowns on eight catches against the Fighting Irish. He became the first Michigan player to record three touchdown catches since Mario Manningham did it against Notre Dame on Sept. 16, 2006. Gallon's 184 receiving yards marked the sixth most in program history and the most since Roy Roundtree posted a school-record 246 yards against Illinois on Nov. 6, 2010.
Gallon gave the Wolverines a 10-0 lead on a 61-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter of Saturday night's game. He added a 12-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter, and his 13-yard TD reception with 1:54 remaining in the third quarter gave the Wolverines a 34-20 lead. Gallon has posted at least one reception in 28 consecutive games, fifth all-time in Michigan's leaders in the category. He has six touchdown receptions in the past three games dating back to the Outback Bowl last season.
Honorable Mention: Odell Beckham (LSU), Paul Richardson (Colorado), Stefon Diggs (Maryland), Alex Neutz (Buffalo), Titus Davis (Central Michigan), Ryan Grant (Tulane), Tony Jones (Northwestern), Mike Evans (Texas A&M) - Michigan football
09/09/2013 - WEEK 2 BIG TEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, Sr., WR, Apopka, Fla./Apopka,...Finished with career highs in receiving yards (184) and touchdowns (three) as Michigan defeated Notre Dame on Saturday in front of an NCAA-record crowd of 115,109...Collected eight catches to accrue 184 yards, the sixth-most in program history and most since Roy Roundtree recorded 246 receiving yards in 2010...Became the first Wolverine with three touchdown grabs in a game since Mario Manningham in 2006...Scored on touchdown grabs of 61 yards in the first quarter, 12 yards in the second and 13 in the third...Records his first career weekly honor...Last Michigan Offensive Player of the Week: Devin Gardner (Nov. 19, 2012). - Big Ten football
08/13/2013 - OTHER MICHIGAN PROSPECTS TO WATCH: WR Jeremy Gallon (5-8, 187, 4.46)...2012 All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches) who led the team with 49 receptions for 829 yards and four touchdowns. Started all 13 games last season and has a reception in 26 straight contests. Quick, explosive receiver who can stretch the field vertically or sit down in space, tracks and plays the ball well for his size, and has make-you-miss ability after the catch. Struggles to beat press on the outside, and is purely a slot prospect at this point. - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com
07/18/2013 - 2013 BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, SR...Gallon is among eight Big Ten Conference players and 75 overall candidates listed for the award that goes to the nation's most outstanding receiver. He is U-M's active leader in career receptions (84), receiving yards (1,331) and receiving touchdowns (eight).
Gallon has posted a reception in 26 consecutive games, which ranks tied for fifth all-time in U-M history with Amani Toomer and Adrian Arrington. He paced Michigan with 49 catches for 829 yards and four touchdowns in 2012, including a career-high nine catches for a career-best 145 yards and two touchdowns against South Carolina in the Outback Bowl. - Michigan football