Junior Willie Glasper, 5-10.5, 164 pounds is similar to Jenkins in size and speed and is already drawing scholarship attention. Glasper has incredibly quick feet and could be the state's best corner in two years. He ran a 4.54 in the 40, 4.04 in the shuttle and jumped 32 inches in the vertical.
The sophomore started every game last year and will be a rare three year starter for the Spartans. Oregon, Washington and Oregon State have already offered scholarships according to Glasper and Miami, Florida State, USC, UCLA and Oregon are his top schools.
The entire defensive back article can he read at PacWestFootball.com.
Another player who tested great and caught our eye in the drills was Mark Van Paris, 6-1, 214 pounds from Sonoma Valley (Calif.). Van Paris clocked a blistering 4.42 i nthe 40 and did 18 reps on the bench. He looked very athletic in the one on one drills and is another player to watch closely next year.
Van Paris played defensive end as well as running back a year ago so he's still learning the linebacker position. Texas A&M, USC, Oregon State and Nevada are his favorites at this time.
The entire linebacker article can he read at PacWestFootball.com.
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