LB Jarvis Glenn
6-3, 250, 4.7
Brookland-Cayce High School
Columbia, South Carolina
"I've heard from Clemson, USC, and Virginia Tech, and I got a letter from Georgia," says the 6-foot-3, 250 pounder who runs a 4.7 forty. "I like Georgia, Virginia Tech, and USC as my top three.
"I would say speed and explosion are my biggest things. I need to work on reads, I know the game, I just need to learn how to make my reads."
Those reads will come in handy over the course of his senior season as Glenn will have to make a move to linebacker to take advantage of his athleticism.
"Coach is going to have me play linebacker next year, he is going to have me moving around and blitzing a lot."
Glenn plans to attend the USC camp or Clemson camp, "one of those two I'm going to."
Glenn Hearing from Clemson
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