Junior Todd Galloway has given the Seminoles a steady performance at point guard in each of the past three seasons. The former Notre Dame Academy player became the first freshman to lead Florida State in assists during the 2002-03 season.
Last season, he proved capable of delivering in clutch situations. Against North Carolina, he drilled a three-pointer with eight seconds left to tie the score, culminating the Seminoles' rally from a 24-point deficit; they went on to win in overtime, 90-81. Later, in a 75-70 upset of No. 10 Wake Forest, Galloway made two foul shots with 48 seconds left.
This season against the Demon Deacons, Galloway had a career-high 21 points and eight rebounds, scoring nine consecutive points during just more than two minutes of overtime in a 91-83 upset on Jan. 18.
He is the Seminoles' second-best three-point threat behind Von Wafer, and is a capable defender. Galloway again leads Florida State in assists with just more than three per game, but he is prone to turnovers.