There seem to be some common denominators in play - most importantly, playing time. "I'm still somewhat open so it's not really my final list but I have somewhat narrowed it down," Glenn said.
"Really I just asked myself how early I can play. How can I fit in there? What can colleges give me? That's what was on my mind. One of the really big things was how can I play and when I can play. That's why I like those."
Houston obviously has an edge when it comes to proximity but Glenn insisted that both the Deacs and Boilers are intriguing options, in large part because of their BCS status but also because he believes he could see the field early at both programs.
Glenn said he goes back and forth when it comes to picking a clear favorite between those three. Who is recruiting him the hardest? "It's basically [all even]," he said. "They're all recruiting me about the same."
The three-star prospect is Scout's #41 running back in the nation.
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