Gallagher will join his brother at Northwestern
Bryce Gallager’s commitment to Northwestern on Sunday shouldn’t have come as much as a surprise. Neither should the fact that he became the first member of the Wildcats’ Class of 2019.
After all, the three-star linebacker from Needham (Mass.) St. Sebastian’s Country Day is the younger brother of Northwestern freshman linebacker Blake Gallagher, and Bryce readily admits that becoming a Wildcat has been in the back of his mind since head coach Pat Fitzgerald offered him a scholarship in June.
As for the timing, consider that just about 22 months ago Blake committed to Northwestern to become – you guessed it – the first member of the Wildcats’ Class of 2017. So Bryce followed in his older brother’s footsteps in more ways than one.
You have to say this about the Gallaghers: they make up their minds early.
Now Bryce is waiting for the day when he and Blake can line up next to each other as Northwestern linebackers.
Find out what Northwestern’s newest Wildcat had to say about his commitment in this WildcatReport premium story.
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