Pack Leads for Glenn

Sergio Glenn used the spring to take visits to college campuses and watch practices while learning about the coaches in person.

Sergio Glenn used the spring to take visits to college campuses and watch practices while learning about the coaches in person. When the North Forsyth (N.C.) offensive lineman makes his decision, those contact will prove to be quite important.

"I went to a Wake Forest practice and North Carolina practice last week, and I went to the ECU spring game on Saturday," the 6-foot-6, 324-pounder, who admitted one team stands out from the rest. "Right now, NC State is the leader. I've probably visited them five times. Coach Jamison is recruiting me for them, and he is a great guy; he treats me like family. When they first started to recruit me, they didn't have film, but now they are talking about an early offer."

More schools are picking up that highlight tape and talking about potentially offering including East Carolina and West Virginia.

"The ECU scout said he liked my film and the West Virginia coach said he liked what he saw and wanted me to come up for their spring game."

Glenn plans to take the Mountaineers up on their offer in two weeks, but if they offer he still plans to wait to commit anywhere.

"I would rather wait to see my choices because the first school to offer might not be the right place for me, and I do not want to jump too early."

That include NC State, where former North Forsyth teammate Cedric Hickman signed in the spring after spending a season at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia. Glenn said he learned quite a bit from Hickman's recruiting and athletic experience.

"He had to go the hard way to college. He played three sports and didn't focus on football or focus on grades. I play three sports, but I know what I need to focus on.

"It would be nice to play with him again because he's a great player, but ultimately my decision will come down to how comfortable I feel with the coaches and players at each school."

Notes: A first-team All-Combine performer at the Durham Scout.com combine, Glenn was one of the top linemen in attendance. During the one-on-one's, "he was swatting folks away like a fly on the screen door," said Scout.com Recruiting Analyst Bob Lichtenfels. "I honestly don't think Sergio realizes his own strength. With traps that almost touch his earlobes that is hard to believe."

Scouting Report: "Glenn has a great frame, he is athletic and very strong. He has a very high ceiling at the next level. Once he puts everything together the [sky is] the limit for him." Scout.com Recruiting Analyst Bob Lichtenfels


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