One of the top lineman in the Peach State, Cordy Glenn was rated as a four-star prospect and the nation's No. 15-ranked offensive tackle for the 2008 class.
Recruitment: It all came down Georgia, Alabama and Florida for Glenn's services and despite a strong push from the Gators and an even stronger push from the Crimson Tide, the former Riverdale star eventually chose the in-state Bulldogs. Glenn gave UGA his verbal pledge in November just a week after taking an official visit to the Alabama campus. "I like the academics," Glenn said of Georgia at the time. "I really like the coaches, too. I liked the way they talked. I liked how they talked about family life – that's why I felt Georgia was the place for me."
At UGA: The Bulldogs don't boast any seniors at offensive tackle. Glenn will have the opportunity to fight for playing time with a host of youngsters in sophomores Josh Davis Trinton Sturdivant and Kiante Tripp.
A look at the former Riverdale High star and future Bulldog:
* Glenn will wear No. 71 at Georgia.
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