As you already know, Riverdale High School offensive tackle Cordy Glenn committed to Georgia on Sunday. OT was one of the few remaining holes in this otherwise exceptional recruiting class, and Glenn is the type of prospect to fill it.
Scout.com has free video up showcasing the big man's abilities. When watching the video it's important to ignore the size difference between Glenn and the HS defensive linemen that he's facing. What he does to those little guys isn't what's impressive. It's HOW he does it, and how LONG he does it.
The impressive part is watching his passion for destruction. Here's a guy blocking his man into the turf 10, 15 or 20 yards down the field well after the running back has passed him. He blocks with vengeance and bad intentions. Watch him pick up his feet and keep his hands on defenders in pass protection. A guy that size shouldn't be able to move like that. That's why he's a blue chipper.
Left Tackle Cordy Glenn
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Georgia beat Alabama and a host of others to sign this soon to be five star prospect. As I've said before, we don't do a ton of recruiting coverage here. However, a well placed source involved in Glenn's recruitment told me (paraphrase), "He's exactly what Georgia is looking for. He's got the size, speed, work ethic and grades to become a star. Searels is going to love working with Glenn."
With Haverkamp's departure, there appears to be room for at least two more prospects in this recruiting class. All indications point to Zebrie Sanders of Ohio (6'-6" 280 lb four star offensive tackle) as being one of the priorities for the last spot alongside Jefferson County's AJ Harmon (current Clemson commit).