Glenn deliberates; makes final decision

Saturday was a whirlwind for Justin Glenn. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound athlete from Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, Wash. had just been handed a scholarship offer from the school he grew up a fan of. How could it get any better? But Glenn had made plans, had committed to events and camps he wanted to follow through on. But was that going to stop Glenn and his date with destiny? Not a chance.

"I talked with my parents about it for a while last night, and I'm ready to make it a full commitment. I'm not going to the Oregon Spring Game next weekend," Glenn told Sunday afternoon. "I'm just going to the Washington Spring Game."

Glenn explained that he would still be attending the USC individual camp 'just for fun' and also because it was already paid for, and he would be going with a friend, Dustin Adams from Lake Stevens.

Glenn, who is being recruited as an athlete by the Huskies but expected to be a defensive back for coach J.D. Williams, was a second-team all-WesCo South pick on defense, where he had five interceptions and led the Knights in tackles. On offense, Glenn racked up 1268 all-purpose yards, including 11 touchdowns.

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