Sean Glennon , the top quarterback prospect in the state of Virginia, was the first commitment for the 2004 Virginia Tech recruiting class. He chose the Hokies over Georgia Tech on August 15, 2003.
Westfield is off to a terrific 4-0 start, winning by 13, 36, 28, and 44 points respectively. Through four games, Glennon has thrown 25 completions in 44 attempts for 397 yards and six touchdown passes in limited action. He has rushed for one score.
Q & A with Sean Glennon
TSL Pass: How would you say the season has gone so far?
Glennon: Everything’s pretty much going great for the team. We are blowing out pretty much every team we face.
TSL Pass: How do you think you’ve played so far?
Glennon: Unfortunately I haven’t had the chance to do much. I haven’t really played a full game yet. Like last game, we played Fairfax and we were up 28-0 with six minutes left in the first quarter. We were up 35-0 after the first quarter. Eddie returned a punt for a touchdown and then I threw a 70 yard touchdown to another receiver. Our coach doesn’t want to run up the score on anyone, so I came out before the end of the first half.
TSL Pass: How nice are these blowout victories?
Glennon: It is definitely nice getting these blowouts, but at the same time, I want to get in more. I want to play more in game situations to get the passing game more in sync, especially for some of our bigger games such as Centreville. We need to be ready when we play them.
TSL Pass: What games are you looking forward to the most this year?
Glennon: Centreville’s going to be a big game for us. We play on at Centreville on October 10th, so hopefully we can get a big turn out for it. They have some great players like Steve Tait and Richard Taylor. Tait will probably cover Eddie [Royal], so that will be a good matchup.
A surprise team is Herndon. They have been playing really well this year – they have been killing some really good teams.
TSL Pass: How is your left wrist?
Glennon: It’s 100% healed. I still tape it up before every game, but that is just because it lessens the chance of being re-injured. I don’t think about it all.
TSL Pass: You mentioned wanting to improve your arm strength before you got to college. Have you worked on that and how have you progressed?
Glennon: I don’t know...
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