CU is recruiting Glover as a linebacker while many other schools see him as a defensive end. His preference is to man the center of the field instead of the edge. "Of my top three, Colorado and OSU like me as a linebacker and that is what I want to play. Nebraska likes me as a defensive end but they said they will also give me a look at linebacker."
Going into the trip, Glover said he had spoken with his father about CU linebackers coach, Brian Cabral, who is easily one of the more accomplished LB's coaches in the college game with his history. "I met with Coach Cabral and he was impressive. He told me about the players he has put into the league and the other coaches also told me about what he has done."
Glover did not have a chance to meet with any of the other Oklahoma natives on the CU roster as they were all gone for the weekend.
So with the impending decision, the star defender breaks down the interests which could sway him to any of his top trio. "Nebraska has great tradition and great facilities. All three of the schools have great coaches.
"Oklahoma State is in-state and they also have great facilities. Like Colorado, I think OSU is also on the way up.
"I really like the coaches at Colorado and the location. Growing up, I loved Colorado. It has always been one of my favorite programs."
His parents are leaving the decision completely up to him. "My parents do have their influences, but they trust me to make the right decision and I will make it this week. I will call all the coaches and let them know my intentions as soon as I make my mind up."
Coach Eric Kiesau is after Glover for Colorado.
The BSN and Scout.com will have Glover's decision story as soon as the info becomes available.