"Working with Coach Bible and seeing the offense, I think it could be a very good fit," Glennon said. "Their offense is similar to what we do at Westfield. I think I could learn the offense quicker, which makes it very attractive because the hardest part is learning a new system. I think that advantage would help a lot. I really like the coaches there. They are really honest with you."
Glennon expects to know whether or not he'll have an offer by Thursday. If N.C. State offers, they will be high on his list.
"I'm not saying I'm definitely going to go there, but they are definitely up there with all the other schools," Glennon said. "This was only the second time I've been there, but I got to know a little bit more about it."
Prior to the N.C. State camp, Glennon made unofficial visits to Florida State, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State and Purdue. He has visited Duke, Maryland, Virginia and Virginia Tech before as well. All of these programs have offered, but Glennon is not letting on to any certain favorites at this point.
"I've seen every school I wanted to see," Glennon said. "Right now, I'm just relaxing. I've been thinking a little bit. I'm trying to figure out some pros and cons. In the next few weeks I think I will be able to tell which schools I like."
In his junior season in 2006, Glennon completed 123 of 205 passes for 1,662 yards with 18 touchdowns to only five interceptions. Westfield went 11-1 on the season, falling in the regional championship game.