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Alohi Gilman | Safety

Team: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Ht / Wt:  5'11" / 202

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Notre Dame junior S Alohi Gilman was named the Walter Camp Player of the Week for his performance against Syracuse.
The Notre Dame defense completely shut down Syracuse last week, and Gilman was a major contributor. The Navy transfer made eight tackles, but it was his two interceptions that swung momentum and kept Syracuse out of the end zone. His performance also got him mentioned listed on Pro Football Focus' Week 12 National Team of the Week. The Fighting Irish just need to beat the struggling Trojans to be in the driver's seat for a CFB bid. Nov 18 - 3:20 PM

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ESPN's Adam Rittenberg lists Notre Dame junior S Alohi Gilman as one of the transfers to watch in 2018.

Gilman transferred from Navy to Notre Dame in June, and was denied a chance for eligibility to play in 2017. He reportedly looked excellent in spring practices, and has a great chance of starting for the Fighting Irish in 2018. After making 76 tackles and breaking up five passes as a true freshman back in 2016, Notre Dame should be thrilled if Gilman gives them similar production this fall.
Source: ESPN
May 21 - 11:46 AM

The NCAA denied Notre Dame sophomore S Alohi Gilman's appeal for immediately eligibility.

Gilman transferred to Notre Dame from Navy in June. The 6-foot, 195-pounder recorded 76 tackles, five pass breakups and two fumble recoveries as a true freshman in 2016. Irish HC Brian Kelly indicated that the program is considering an appeal of the decision. Whenever his eligibility clock resumes, Gilman will have three seasons remaining.
Tue, Aug 29, 2017 02:44:00 PM

Navy sophomore S Alohi Gilman transferred to Notre Dame.

"He plays the style of safety we want in this program. Alohi's a run-and-hit safety that fits perfectly in the Mike Elko defense," said Notre Dame HC Brian Kelly in a statement. Gilman recorded a hearty 76 tackles, five pass breakups and two fumble recoveries as a true freshman in 2016, numbers which earned him All-AAC honorable mention. Despite this house-on-fire start to his career, the 6-foot, 195-pounder just wasn't feeling the fire to be a Naval officer, hence his decision to transfer. Due to NCAA regulations, he will have to sit out the 2017 season. He will have three seasons of eligibility remaining starting in 2018.
Sat, Jun 10, 2017 12:55:00 PM

Navy sophomore S Alohi Gilman announced that he's seeking a transfer.

Gilman, who was an honorable mention All-American Athletic Conference selection as a freshman last season, said "the desire to become a Naval officer just wasn't there." It seems that this decision was spurred by Gilman's professional football aspirations. "We will miss Alohi. He is an outstanding football player and an even better person," HC Ken Niumatalolo said. "We wish Alohi the best in his pursuit of his childhood dream to play in the NFL." The 6-foot, 195-pound Gilman burst onto the scene last year with 76 tackles, five pass breakups and two fumble recoveries. Junior Juan Hailey was listed as his backup at strong safety coming out of the spring.
Thu, Jun 1, 2017 01:39:00 PM