"Yes sir, I went to the Oklahoma camp," Glover said. "I did great down there at camp."
The offer did not follow the camp. However, a conversation did take place between Glover and the Oklahoma staff to figure out where Oklahoma is at. The news that Glover got, wasn't what he hoped to hear.
"They did talk to me about an offer and so far I haven't heard form them. They have offers out right now and they are waiting on those guys and what they are going to do."
Without the Oklahoma offer, Glover has evaluated his position and finds himself in another bit of a dilemma. Most of the other schools who are hoping to get Glover's signature in February are waiting to hear what Glover is going to do because most of them are running out of room.
"The position that I am in now, the schools that have offers to me, have a commitment at my position already and are waiting for me to commit. They only have one spot left."
One spot left. That means very limited time and Glover knows it. "I will be committing here sometime in the next week. I don't want to say too much, because I want to tell the school that I am committing to first. I can tell you that the team that I will be committing to will be in the Big 12."
Glover wasn't real interested in tipping his hand too much as to which school he is favoring. He wants to make the call and inform the college of his choice first and then let it be known. He did give some hints about the directions though that he is contemplating.
Nebraska hosted Glover for a Junior Day back in April and Glover admits that the Cornhuskers are toward the top of his list. "I really like Coach John Blake. I still like Nebraska, a lot. They are up there on the top of my list."
Big Red Report will keep you informed on Glover's decision. Glover had 91 tackles last year and including 21 sacks. He is rated a four-start linebacker by Scout.com, but at 6-foot-4.5 and 210 pounds, Glover could find himself with his hand on the ground in college.