Glanton anxious to get started

Georgia Tech commit Brentavious Glanton is anxious to get his college career started. The Albany, Georgia defensive tackle recently hosted an in-home from Geogia Tech with defensive line Coach Mike Pelton.

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Glanton and Coach Pelton talked about what Brentavious could expect from his official visit. They also talked about how Glanton would fit in the Tech defense. “It was a real good visit and it also got me even more anxious to get up there.” Glanton is looking forward to catching up with his friend and early enrollee Kyle Henderson on his visit.

The official visit for Glanton will be the weekend of January 16th. The visit will include planning his academic schedule, getting to know the campus better, and hanging out with his player host and other players and recruits. “My family is excited about going up there with me on the visit.”

Coach Pelton also let Glanton know that he will have a chance to show the coaches what he can do in fall camp. "Coach Pelton expects me to come in and be ready because we lose Shawn Green at defensive tackle.”

Brentavious had his questions answered about his academic and football schedules. He also secured a jersey number. Look for Glanton to wear number 51 when he arrives at Tech. He wanted to wear number 53 but that number is being worn by fellow Monroe alum Bryan Chamberlain.

The Glanton family was happy with what they heard on the visit. “They know I will be in great hands and have a bright future ahead of me.” The more Brentavious thought about it, the more excited he was and the happier he became. “I think Kyle and I have a bright future and next season will be another great one for Georgia Tech.


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