The 6-foot-6 ½, 190-pound Vermont native with the shaggy blonde hair has been nothing short of spectacular thus far in his three-week stint at NMH.
``He's hitting 3's, running the floor and gaining confidence," NMH head coach Bill Batty said. "He's starting to realize how good he can be. A month ago, he was happy to go to a D-2 school."
Glass is coming off a pair of Mr. Basketball Honors and was also the state player of the year. However, he did it at Mount Mansfield Union High in Vermont.
``I'm coming from a much slower style," Glass admitted. "More methodical and it's a big change in speed.
Glass hasn't had much difficulty adjusting against guys like Tyrone Nash and the Williams twins (Jerrell and Terrell).
He still needs to get stronger, but he's been making shots at an alarming rate.
Glass admitted he'd probably be at D-2 St. Anselm's if he didn't opt to take a post-grad year at NMH.
``I'm just hoping the investment pays off," Glass said.
It already has.
He came up early – on Aug. 22 – and has been working five hours a day since.
``He's absorbed everything," Northfield Mount Hermon associate head coach John Carroll said. "I've never seen anyone improve this much in 3 ½ weeks. He's just so competitive.