"I thought it was a good camp," said Glennon. "I worked out with coach Bible during the drills they were having and worked out with the receivers they had in."
Did Glennon land an offer?
"After the camp I met with coach O'Brien and he told me about their offer situation," Glennon stated. "He said that they still have one more camp left and that they wouldn't offer any quarterback until after that camp because they had already promised all the quarterbacks that was how they were going to do it.
"He said as soon as that camp was over they were going to let me know. That camp is over on Wednesday next week, and they said that they want me to call them on Thursday."
Glennon, who pointed out that his parents joined him in Raleigh, enjoyed his time on NC State's campus.
"It's real nice there," he said. "They really have a lot offer. I feel like I fit their offensive system, and I'm comfortable with their quarterback situation. It is a good possibility for me."
One of the top quarterback prospects in the state of Virginia, Glennon led Westfield High School to an 11-1 record as a junior. He threw for 1,800 yards, 18 touchdowns, and just five interceptions. He already has several scholarship offers on the table.
"I have 12 offers now," he previously told Pack Pride. "Probably the newest ones are Michigan, Florida State, Purdue, LSU, Michigan State... those are the recent ones I got in."
Next up are three unofficial visits. Could a decision be coming from Glennon?
"I'm going to Purdue [on Wednesday] and then I'm going to be up at Michigan and Michigan State on Thursday," he said. "We'll see how these go. I think I'll be able to tell after those visits.
"I'm going to see what happens with NC State and these visits. It may be after that, but if it is not it will probably be in September after I take a couple of official visits."