"It was a real good learning experience," he noted. "I picked up a lot from the other guys as well as the guys running the combine." Glenn hopes for more of the same from his camps and combines this summer. At this point, he plans to attend the Nike Camp at Penn State followed by the Elite 11 quarterback camp, the Prep Star Combine, and a local combine in his home area. He will also attend senior camps at Wake Forest, Clemson, Marshall, Penn State, and possibly West Virginia.
That schedule will keep Glenn busy – just as unofficial visits have in recent weeks. "Recently I've been down to UVa and attended one of their practices," Glenn said. "I went to Wake Forest's spring game as well as Georgia Tech's spring game."
The Stone Bridge gunslinger spoke about his experience at each of the visits. "UVa, I went down with another player from my team and our assistant coach and we were able to go on the field, watch a practice, and I had a chance to talk to the quarterback coach and head coach and some guys," Glenn said.
"For Wake Forest, I had a chance to talk to Coach Carter down there and Coach Grobe. We got to watch their spring game and then go on the field afterwards and talk to their players. We got to get a feel for their players and how life is at Wake Forest."
"And at Georgia Tech, I got to talk to their Virginia guy, Coach Collins. I got to go over there to the spring game and then he came over and saw a little of the workout at the combine."
Glenn isn't done with visits just yet, however. He and high school teammate Andrew Nuss will be on the road this weekend visiting Charlottesville, Virginia for UVa's spring game.
Along with interest from these schools that he is visiting, several other schools have maintained that they like what they see in Glenn. "At this point I've got some things from Marshall and other than that it's the base schools," he said. "I get a lot from Clemson. They're pretty consistent. Temple as well, but it's pretty much those same schools."