December 11, 2007

Was UGA visit Glennís last?

Offensive tackle is a position Georgia needs players at right now and they got a commitment from one of the best in South in four-star Cordy Glenn out of Riverdale (Ga.). Glenn chose UGA over Alabama, Florida and Virginia last month and he took his official visit to Athens over the weekend.

When asked if he had a good time at Georgia, Glenn said, "absolutely" very quickly. "I really enjoyed the visit and my parents did too."

"My host was Ben Harden and we got along great and we had some fun. The GALA was nice, it was very organized, a cool event and I hope to win an award there next year."

The 6-foot-6, 310-pound tackle has visited Athens on three other occasions, so he had a good idea of what the Dawgs had to offer, but some things still stood out to him on his trip.

"The academic presentation was great, I really like how they have that set up. They really try to help you and take care of you. The GALA was nice too. I saw a lot of players, some fans and everyone had a good time."

"We also went over to Coach Richt's house for dessert Saturday night and that was cool. I had some ice cream, played some Ms. Pacman and had a great time. It was cool to hang out with some players and coaches."

Glenn spent a good amount of time with his future offensive coach over the weekend as well. He and Coach Stacey Searels talked about him being at UGA.

"Coach Searels just told me to get ready to play football when I get there and he is excited to have me," the Rivals250 OL said. "We talked a little about everything like life, football, Georgia and all of that."

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