Glenn ready to take on all challenges

The Husky secondary lacked a lot of depth in 2007, but the coaching staff addressed that by signing a plethora of defensive back prospects. One of the more intriguing players the Dawgs are bringing in is Kamiak (Mukilteo,Wa.) CB Justin Glenn. The talented defender skipped running track this spring to focus on his football training and he updated on how things are coming along so far...

"I've been real focused on my conditioning and my strength this winter and spring," Glenn noted. "The coaches have called and talked to me a couple of times and I've been working on things to get ready for the fall.

"Coach (J.D.) Williams is a good coach and I'm looking forward to learning from him and the rest of the defensive coaches. I'm excited about the new scheme that's coming in and I think we'll be a lot tougher this year with the changes they've made."

Glenn made it down to a couple of Washington's spring practices and he said he liked what he saw as far as the competition and the aggressiveness.

"They were flying around," Glenn said. "The schedule we have this fall is going to be tough and that was a big reason I decided to come to U-Dub.

"We aren't afraid to play anyone and I think we're going to surprise some people this fall."

Glenn said he's read to come in and contribute as soon as the team needs him to.

"I'm 189 right now, but the coaches said when they get me in there, they want me to add a few pounds," Glenn said. "I don't care what they want me to do. However I can help the team, that's what I want to do."

Glenn skipped track this spring to focus on his football training and he said he's already gotten his approval from the NCAA Clearinghouse to enroll in the Summer Bridge Program starting on July 6th.

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