Glennon To Decide Soon?

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Westfield (VA) quarterback Sean Glennon may make his collegiate decision known early, possibly as soon as August. He has been taking unofficial visits this summer, and has narrowed his list to five schools.

By early August, all of his visits will be complete and he may be ready for a decision.

“I think I’ll decide before the season, probably in August,” said Glennon, who is one of the top prospects in the state of Virginia. “I’ve narrowed my list to five schools – Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, UVA, Ohio State, and Wake Forest. I’ve taken visits to all except Georgia Tech, which I will visit in the next few weeks.”

Glennon has received offers from Virginia Tech, Wake Forest,and Georgia Tech as well as the University of Richmond and Akron. He attended camps at both UVA and Ohio State.

Despite having a cast on his injured left wrist, Glennon felt that he performed well at the Cavaliers camp last month.

“Considering the cast on my left arm, I think I did well,” said Glennon. “Obviously, without the cast I would have done much better. The coaches said they liked what they saw, but that they wanted to evaluate all of the quarterbacks in their camp and that I would hear from them in the next few weeks.”

Glennon’s decision will come down to which school he feels most comfortable with. Staying in-state is perhaps in the back of his mind, however will not be a prominent factor in his decision.

“I mean, it would be nice to be close to home,” said Glennon. “But if, for example, Georgia Tech feels right, then that would be OK too. I will just go where it feels right.”

One decision already made that Glennon was happy with was the recent ACC expansion. He was happy with the way the new ACC turned out, and feels the new ACC may intensify the already heated rivalry between Virginia and Virginia Tech.

“Now the ACC is a superconference for football,” said Glennon. “It is now just as good as any other conference in the nation. I’m very glad Virginia Tech got in. I did not want them to get left behind – I’m glad they got in the conference they wanted to be in. Now that they are in the ACC, it’s going to make in-state recruiting more intense.”

Glennon will not make the trip down to this week’s Virginia Tech camp. Instead, he plans on visiting Virginia Tech once more in early August along with teammate Eddie Royal. He

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