Glaud, a 6-foot-1, 209-pound athlete from Atco (N.J.) Winslow Township, has already officially visited Iowa, Maryland, and West Virginia.
During the weekend of Jan. 23, Glaud will take an official visit to Rutgers. He will then close out his travels with his UNC official visit the following weekend.
Glaud said he will wait for Signing Day to announce his collegiate destination. His official visit travels will play a major role in his ultimate decision.
"As far as the chemistry that I have on my visit with the players – how comfortable I feel with the players and how comfortable my family feelings with them," Glaud said. "I'm not worried about who is coming in with me in my class, but will focus on the depth chart and see what they have at my position already. And as far as the coaching staff, their job security [is important]."
Glaud says he's only considering the five schools on his visit list. But he has yet to develop a favorite.
"Really, there're pros and cons about everybody, so I'm pretty neutral between all the schools," Glaud said.
Glaud's official visit to UNC later this month will be his first trip to the campus.
"I like [UNC] a lot," Glaud said. "From the stuff that I heard, they have a real nice campus and I'm looking forward to seeing it."
UNC, as well as his four other favorite schools, is recruiting Glaud as a linebacker. Specifically, Lovett told Glaud that UNC projects him as a weak-side ‘backer.
At Winslow Township, Glaud starred at quarterback in a spread offense. He ended his senior season with 1,300 yards and 19 touchdowns through the air and 800 yards and 15 scores on the ground. Glaud also started at linebacker, but his offensive responsibilities always took precedence.
In the December following his junior year, UNC, as well as several other schools, began to pursue Glaud. He eventually ended up with 20-plus scholarship offers.