Glenn talks about his finalists of two SEC East and SEC West schools.
Georgia: "They are the home team. They have a good coaching staff. They have a good coach at my position [Stacy Searels], and they are always good."
Alabama: "They have great tradition. They are getting a lot of big-time recruits. I have looked at their depth chart, but they have a few tackles already committed."
LSU: "LSU is a good school. They have good coaches. They are going to be in the BCS hunt every year. They need some tackles."
When asked of pressure to stay home and play for the Bulldogs Glenn said, "I don't feel any pressure at all to stay in-state. I am looking at good academics, a good relationship with the coaches, and I am looking at the depth chart."
Glenn has several games scheduled to attend this season, but it may change depending on his college announcement.
"I am thinking about going to the Georgia-South Carolina game. The Alabama-Georgia game, the Georgia-Florida game, and I am going to try to get down to LSU," he said.
The 6-foot-6, 310-pound offensive tackle will begin his senior season Friday night and has big expectations.
"We are getting ready to play Mundy's Mill on Friday night. It's a home game for us, but we are playing at Clayton County Stadium," Glenn explained.
"I think we are going to be better than last year. My expectation for the season is for us to win the state championship."