"It was amazing," said Glover. "It was my first time going up there and I didn't really know what to expect, but the coaches showed a lot of love. I just had a really good time."
He will make a return trip to Blacksburg this summer.
"They just told me that they wanted me to come to camp this summer, so they could see me cover (the pass)," Glover said. "Then after that, I'm going to get an offer."
The 6-foot, 207-pound Glover said Virginia Tech and Clemson have been showing him the most interest.
Along Virginia Tech, Glover plans to camp at East Carolina, Hampton (offer) and possibly Old Dominion this summer.
One school is standing out for Glover at this time.
"Virginia Tech is standing out," he said. "I like the way they use their safeties and linebackers. If they were to offer, I could make a decision quickly. I like them a lot."
"I want to make a decision at the beginning of my senior year."
Glover finished his junior season with 104 tackles, 16 sacks, three forced fumbles, one interception, and a blocked punt.
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