"It's good so far," Glass said. "We aren't done yet. We have seven on seven to go and workouts still. We got better at blocking, running the ball and throwing the ball a little more."
Glass is the latest in a long line of players, offensive linemen, that will get a chance to play division one football. Glass said that he hoped to work on his pass pro a little this off-season.
"I think that my run-blocking was already O.K., so I really wanted to work on my pass blocking. I play tackle so pass-blocking is very important to the position.
"I play tackle in high school, but colleges are looking to move me inside. As a tackle, my strength was run-blocking. I just wanted to go out and hit somebody."
At 6-foot-3, Glass will see his days of playing tackle end with his high school career. To him, the move inside should be a fairly easy transition.
"It should be easier to move inside than outside. I think that as a tackle, you are asked to do a lot more. You have to be able to do it all out there."
There are still four offers on the table for Glass at this time; however he is hoping some camp exposure this summer might help him drum up a couple more.
When Glass gets around to picking out a school it will come down to academics and playing time. Glass things those are the two more important parts to his decision.
"I am going to look at the academic part. I am also going to look at the depth chart and see how quickly I can see the field. Those are the most important."
The Huskers are one of a few so far to offer, but the communication from Nebraska to Glass seems to have died down some. Glass would still consider visiting there officially this fall.
"I haven't talked to Nebraska lately. I do have interest in them, really have a lot of interest in them, but I don't know a lot about them really.
"Nebraska would be a school that I would like to take an official visit to this fall. I would like to see their facilities and meet all their coaches."