The Ohio State Buckeyes are back in business on the recruiting trail. After a rough few days of missing out on some highly touted targets, Ryan Day and his crew snagged their quarterback of the class of 2023 in Brock Glenn. The four-star gunslinger from Tennesse was offered in early June and proceeded to take a visit during the middle of June and apparently liked what he saw.
Glenn mentioned during his announcement that his main priority when looking for a school was the coaching staff and his opportunity for development. He noted that he trusted Ryan Day and Corey Dennis. Glenn also mentioned his excitement for the Ohio State offense and felt that he would be comfortable at the collegiate level because he runs a similar offense currently in high school.
This was a big get for Ohio State as Florida State was fighting hard for the services of Glenn, but at the end of the day the extremely strong offensive class Ohio State has put together likely swayed Glenn into coming to Columbus.
A note to those following QB recruiting:
2020 Class- CJ Stroud commits in December 2019
2022 Class- Devin Brown commits in December 2021
2023 Class- Brock Glenn commits in July 2022 pic.twitter.com/wVHLv0ZNdJ
— Alex Gleitman (@alexgleitman) July 30, 2022