Intro 2007: Terence Glenn

Quarterbacking a team that advances to the AAA state title game in the state of Virginia normally turns heads of scouts and college coaches alike. Such is the case with Stone Bridge quarterback Terence Glenn, a 5'11, 160-pound prospect who is hearing from several schools early on.

As a junior, Terence Glenn quarterbacked Stone Bridge High School to a 12-2 record and a berth in the state finals. Glenn rushed for 1,041-yards and 15 touchdowns, 5.3-yards per and also threw for 1,420-yards and 11 touchdowns in his stellar junior campaign.

That season and Glenn's potential to blossom into one of the better athletes in Virginia has helped lead schools to show interest early in the recruiting process. "I've gotten letters from East Carolina, a couple from them," said Glenn, who will likely play cornerback or wide receiver at the next level. "I've got a couple from Clemson, one from Wake Forest today actually, and Syracuse." Glenn has also received interest from a host of other schools including heavyweights West Virginia and N.C. State.

This past weekend, Glenn was invited to junior day at East Carolina. "I went down to ECU's junior day last weekend," Glenn noted. "That went pretty well. They have a nice campus and we got to go out on the field and see the weight room, talk to the coaches and position coaches, and talk to the ADs there. It went well. It was fun to see the campus."

In addition, Glenn has also received an invite to Wake's one-day senior camp which he plans to attend and to Clemson and East Carolina's spring games. "Today I got invited to Wake Forest's camp and Clemson invited me to spring game," Glenn said.

This summer, Glenn plans to remain busy, attending combines and camps all over the eastern half of the United States. Glenn will camp at Wake Forest, West Virginia, Penn State, likely Notre Dame, Clemson, East Carolina, Florida State, and Grambling State. He will also attend the Durham combine, the Nike Camp at Penn State, and the Elite 11 at Penn State.

He also plans to continue to work to prepare his body for college football. "I'm starting my speed camp now," Glenn noted. "I'm probably going to try to get that down as much as possible. I'm lifting, getting my weight up, and throwing. I normally play three sports but I gave up baseball to prepare for football and the camps and combines."

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