Kentucky is finally beginning to zone in on quarterback prospects in the class of 2023.
Memphis (Tenn.) Lausanne Collegiate School quarterback Brock Glenn is preparing for his junior year of high school ball after playing six games in 2021. The pocket passer completed 54.1 percent of his 85 passes in six games while averaging 10.73 yards per attempt with a very impressive 15/2 touchdown-to-interception ratio. With the summer recruiting circuit heating up, schools have been catching up to speed.
Last week, Vanderbilt became Glenn’s first FBS offer when the Commodores talked to the prospect on Tuesday, June 1. Memphis followed with an offer on Sunday, June 6 while Cincinnati and Kentucky joined the party on Tuesday evening.
— Brock Glenn (@Brock1Glenn) June 9, 2021
KSR spoke with Glenn shortly after the offer was announced to get an update on his recruitment. The unranked quarterback plans to visit Lexington later this month while making some other stops along the way.
“I’ll be at Arkansas State [on] June 11, Vanderbilt [on] June 13, Tennessee [on] June 17, Kentucky [on] June 23, and maybe Oklahoma [on] June 26,” Glenn told KSR.
As expected, the SEC schools in the Volunteer State are interested. Under new head coach Clark Lea, the Commodores have been firing off a ton of early offers to get ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, Butch Jones earned a visit at Arkansas State while new Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel will see Glenn in person when he arrives on Rocky Top next week. Some interest from Lincoln Riley proves that Glenn may be seeing his recruitment blow up over the summer.
On tape, Glenn is a quarterback with some solid pocket mobility who is not afraid to take vertical shots in the passing game. The right-hander consistently delivers the ball with touch and accuracy while maintaining a pretty solid average depth of target. Kentucky is looking for field stretchers, and this quarterback could have the arm talent to do it.
There is a long way to go, but Kentucky is weighing the options at the quarterback position. Glenn gets the offer now and will have a chance to impress the coaching staff in person when the 2023 prospect visits Lexington in two weeks.