One of the more impressive offensive linemen during the spring was Sergio Glenn from N. Forsyth High School in Winston-Salem, NC. The mammoth, 6-6, 324-pound lineman with 5.24-second speed in the 40 impressed at both the Nike Camp held in Georgia and the Adidas combine held at NC State. However, despite the solid showings, Glenn still awaits his first scholarship offer.
Two teams that appear to be heavily interested in Glenn's talent are NC State and Georgia. The rising senior told Pack Pride recently that those two schools are also atop his list of favorites at the current time.
"Right now, I would say that Georgia and NC State are the two showing the most interest, and they are the two schools I like the most right now," he said.
"I went down to Georgia and had a pretty good camp. I got to talk to coach Bobo and coach Richt, and they said I have potential. They just want to see how my senior film looks.
"I also went to State about a week ago for a one day camp, and they seemed really interested, too. I don't think my junior film was as strong as it needed to be so teams want to see how I'm doing as a senior."
Glenn talked further about what he likes with State and Georgia.
"With State, I'd like to stay close to home, although I can go away too," he said. "Of all the in-state schools, they're my favorite. I've been up there more than any other school. I just like the facilities and I've got a former teammate up there (Cedric Hickman). I like the stadium but, really, I just like everything about the program. Coach Cignetti is recruiting me.
"With Georgia, I've liked them ever since coach Bobo came to see me. I could tell he was a good person. He made a really good first impression. A lot of times you feel like you need to impress the coach but he came in like he wanted to impress me and I liked that. They also have a great stadium and a lot of tradition."
With two schools clearly at the forefront for his commitment should they offer, Glenn has now turned his attention to preparing for his senior season.
"Right now I'm really focused on helping my high school team win," he said. "I'm keeping recruiting in the back of my mind but my main goal is to just help us win."