His leader at this point?
"It would probably be Tennessee," Glenn said. "My relationship with Coach (Trooper) Taylor is very good and the possibility of playing early is also something I can probably do there, too."
With Oklahoma State and Texas A&M right after that, who stands the best shot of unseating Phillip Fulmer and Gang?
"Probably, Texas A&M," Glenn shared. "I have a really good relationship with Coach (Lee) Fobbs and talk to Coach Fran every now and then. A&M is real close to home and a lot of my friends go there."
The possibility of playing early and the fact that "Oklahoma State is a team on the rise" has the 6-0, 215-pounder very interested in them, but they bring up the rear as Glenn has yet to build the same kind of relationship with the OSU coaches.
Having said that, the standout running back from Rusk said he will have a better idea of where everyone measures after taking his official visits. Still, it looks as if the Vols are the team to beat.