Clemson offers sophomore DB

One of the top class of 2014 prospects in Georgia visited Clemson for Saturday's Junior Day and he picked up an offer from the Tigers.

S Nick Glass Profile

It was offer No. 11 for St. Pius X [Atlanta, Ga.] junior Nick Glass.

"I was on the way back from the Junior Day when I found out," he told CUTigers on Sunday.

"Coach [Marion] Hobby and coach [Charlie Harbison] told my coach."

The Clemson offer joined Arkansas, Auburn, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Mississippi, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Oklahoma State and Vanderbilt.

Saturday's offer was a bit of a surprise.

"I knew I was going to get it at some point, but it was a surprise, because I've always liked Clemson," he said.

The 6-foot-2, 200-pound safety enjoyed his trip to Tigertown.

"I talked with Travis Blanks and Sammy Watkins a lot," he said. "They spoke to me about the college. I talked to coach Hobby and coach Cheese a lot. We toured the facilities. At the end, I got to talk to coach [Dabo] Swinney, so it was real fun."

How was the conversation with Swinney?

"He just asked me if I liked the campus, what I liked most. Talked about academics, mostly things like that. He really liked my film."

What stood out the most on Saturday?

"They said they had the highest APR…the academic [progress], how it was above Georgia Tech, Stanford, Vanderbilt and Duke, schools like that. That really stood out a lot."

Glass doesn't claim a list of favorites.

"It's a little too early now," he said.

He's also taken junior day visits to Georgia and Georgia Tech. North Carolina, Arkansas and Oklahoma State could be hosting Glass in the near future.

As a sophomore, he had 75 tackles, five sacks, five pass break-ups, four interceptions and four tackles for loss. Top Stories