Beyond that, Glass doesn't know much in terms of the recruiting game.
He said he doesn't talk to "any schools" and added despite Rutgers being close by, his knowledge is the program is "not that much, actually."
"I'll wait until the end of my junior year to see what's really going on," Glass said. "I know everybody likes me as a receiver."
Glass has the size to play outside and the speed to be in the slot and stretch the field. The last time he ran a 40-yard dash was his freshman season, when he clocked in the 4.3s.
Glass is already an accomplished star on the high school track. He won the Eastern regional in the 400 meters, and his personal-best in the event is 47.32 seconds.
In two weeks he will be running at the World Youth Olympic Games in Singapore before returning to football.
However, Glass is not a track star trying his hand at football. He has been playing football since the third grade, and it gives him an advantage.
"I have more experience than most of the other people, so I know what to do at certain times," he said. "I have football smarts."
Where Glass does lack experience is in the recruiting game, but he has plenty of peers to lean on, and he is doing just that.
"I just have to watch what I say. That's what they tell me," Glass said. "But my mom will handle a lot of it, which is good so we can both keep track."
Another balance Glass is dealing with is adding weight for football but staying trim for track. For now, though, he thinks his frame can stand a few pounds.
"I'm expecting to put more weight on," he said. "I'm just starting to get into the weight room because I know I have to get stronger."