"It was awesome," said Glover of his trip to the University of Oregon. "I didn't expect it to be that much fun."
Glover visited Eugene and had a great time and right now the Ducks sit on top of his favorites. He did not make a commitment, as he wants to make another trip, possibly to Arizona. The recruiting coordinator at Arizona that Glover had been dealing with is no longer with the Wildcats so things are a bit up in the air for him.
Glover lists Washington State and Oregon State as others he is interested in.
Several other visitors were in Eugene this weekend also and Dominic confirmed that Rishard Matthews from Saddleback High School of Santa Ana, California committed to Oregon on his trip. Glover also said Kenny Rowe visited along with a junior college player from Santa Ana.
Mission Viejo finished 9-3 this year. Glover had 22 tackles (eight solo) including three sacks.
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