Dallas offensive lineman to visit Rocky Top

It appears that Lane Kiffin and his staff is familiar with the history of Dallas Carter Football, the Vols have offered one their offensive linemen. InsideTennessee.com caught up with Dalvin Glass, a 6-foot-3 315-pound offensive lineman. Go inside to get the latest on the Texas lineman and see what interest he has in the Volunteers.

When football fans think of Texas High School Football, most will think of the book and the movie Friday Night Lights.

One of the premier football programs in the Lone Star State that was profiled in the movie was Dallas Carter High School, the home of the Carter Cowboys.

It appears that Lane Kiffin and his staff is familiar with the history of Carter Football, the Vols have offered one their offensive linemen.

InsideTennessee.com caught up with Dalvin Glass, a 6-foot-3. 315-pound offensive lineman.

"I have a lot of interest in Tennessee," Glass said Monday morning. "I'm excited about having an offer from them. I don't know a lot about them yet, I know they have a new coaching staff that is set on changing the program there."

Glass is being recruited by Coach Willie Mack Garza, a former University of Texas player.

"Coach Garza came by the school in the spring," Glass said. "I have spoken to him a few times on the phone; he seems to be a really cool coach."

While Glass admits not knowing a lot about the UT program, he plans on changing that in the near future.

"It's a work in progress," Glass said. "I definitely plan on taking an official visit there in the fall."

Glass currently holds offers from Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas State and Texas A&M.

Glass is a three star prospect and rated by Scout.com as the No. 29th offensive guard in the country.

Scout.com Midwest Analyst and expert Baron Flenory had this to say about Glass.

"Glass has all the tools to be a great offensive lineman. His athleticism is rare and it gives him a major advantage. He comes off the ball fast and can work up into the 2nd and 3rd level. He is young so he has technique issues in pass protection but he is a monster in run happy offenses."


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