"Wake Forest's camp went really well," Glover said. "I really liked the coaches, the campus and everything. It was a fun camp. We did a few blocking drills and then some release drills where we got off the line and caught the ball.
"My 40 (yard dash time) wasn't what I wanted it to be. It was my fastest, but in the individual (drills), the 7-on-7s and the one-on-ones I think I did pretty well.
"I talked to the tight ends coach and he just said I was doing a good job. He said they would continue to follow me like they're doing now."
Beyond the football aspect of the trip, which seems to have gone just fine, Glover enjoyed his brief time on the Wake Forest campus. He thinks the school has a lot to offer and it's a place he would consider going if they offered a scholarship.
"I really liked the campus," he said. "I thought it was cool. We got out and drove around the town and that was nice."
Glover also camped at Duke on Saturday. Soon he will be camping at Furman, Elon and NC State. Though he does not have any offers Glover admitted that South Carolina is one school he would like to go to.
Last fall as a tight end he caught six passes for 130 yards.