January 8, 2008
Glenn will remember his experience in Miami
Peach State offensive tackle Cordy Glenn took part in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl last week and this is a game he will not forget. The four-star OL knows this was his last high school game and he enjoyed every minute of it. The weather was nasty, there were a lot of penalties in the game and the fireworks went off two minutes early, but this is an experience Glenn will remember forever.
"I knew I was playing my last high school game, so that is what I am going to remember the most about this," said Glenn about the Offense-Defense All-American game last Friday.
"We won, I played with a lot of great payers and I met some new people, but it being the last game is what sticks out the most. I really enjoyed it and had a great time."
He flew down to Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) on January 1 and then hit the practice field on January 2.
"The coaches there taught us a lot and it was nice to work against some great competition. The coaches down there showed the linemen a lot of new things and kind of showed it to us from a different aspect to help me understand it."
The player of the game Friday night in the East win was Florida commitment Earl Okine. He could not be stopped by the West and that is one of the guys Glenn went up against in practice.
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