[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]After many twists and turns in his recruitment, Brock Glenn has found a home in Columbus, Ohio. The four-star quarterback out of Tennessee adds to a loaded offense class this cycle for the Ohio State Buckeyes. He certainly will have some of the best talent in the country to distribute the ball to in his time at Ohio State.
Going into a summer full of visits, Glenn told me what he was hoping would stand out to him after taking in-depth looks at his potential college options.
“The coaching staff for sure. I want a staff that will make me a better player and man.”
Quarterbacks at Ohio State under Ryan Day have certainly taken that next step. Players like Justin Fields, Dwayne Haskins, and CJ Stroud come to mind that have been developed under the eye of the offensive genius.
On the field, Glenn has been one of the more underrated quarterback recruits in the nation who finally started getting the attention he deserved down the stretch of his recruitment. He is a pocket passer that can make every throw asked of him with a quick delivery. He is very accurate and shows impressive touch and ability to always make the right play. He has great mechanics with his upper half and footwork as well.
“I feel like [the ability to make every throw on the field] is something I’ve always had.”
Brock models his game after some of the best quarterbacks in the NFL today.
“I love to watch Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes. When Cam Newton was in his prime, he was my favorite although I’m not a runner.”
Behind the scenes, the Buckeyes are getting everything you could want from your quarterback.
Glenn says the team is getting “a leader and someone who loves ball as well as a hard worker.” You can definitely see that in his play as he elevates the ceiling of his team. Glenn led Lausanne to a 9-2 record with an appearance in the state semifinals. In school, Glenn plans on studying either business or biology.
Brock Glenn and Lausanne High School open their season at home against Southwind on August 19th.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]For a complete breakdown of Brock Glenn's game, make sure to check out Steve Bailoni's scouting report here at mikefarrellsports.com[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]