"It's just a vibe I get when I am with them," Antwane Glenn said. "When I went up there for a visit they were like a big family. The players were all cool with each other. I think they are building something special up there. They went to a bowl game this year and next year they are thinking about winning an SEC Championship and one day contending for a national championship."
The 6-foot-4, 245 pound defensive end chose the Wildcats over offers from East Carolina, Furman and Middle Tennessee State, as well as interest from Maryland and Auburn.
"They are looking at me at defensive end," Glenn said of the Wildcat coachign staff. "That's my spot, man. I love playing that position cause you can get after the quarterback and change the game."
Glenn plans on taking a return visit to Kentucky for his official visit in January, most likely with teammate Antonio Thomas, who has also committed to Kentucky and Clemson commit Markish Jones, who is looking strong at the Wildcats.
"I haven't talked to my coach, yet, but I plan on setting that up next month," Glenn added.
The Broome high school star senior finished the year with 71 solo tackles and five sacks. He is a strong student in the classroom, having already scored a qualifying score to go alogn with a 4.68 GPA.