February 6, 2008

One minor issue, but all ends well

With UGA only bringing in one true offensive tackle, Cordy Glenn is an integral part of the 2008 class. He held offers from some of the Nation's top programs and chose Georgia over all of them.

Glenn is one of the best in the country at his position and he signed his letter of intent with the Dawgs Wednesday morning at Riverdale High School, and UGASports was there to cover it. It was a huge day for the huge tackle and here is what he had to say about it.

"I'm very happy and proud to be a Bulldog," said Glenn. "I am looking forward to going there next year."

The humble and soft spoken giant is proud to be part of this UGA class. He thinks the talent in this croup of 24 will help each other once they arrive in Athens.

"I think that we have a great class, a national championship class. We are going to push each other hard in practice and become better players."

The 6-foot-6, 310-pound tackle knows a couple of the members of this class, but he has yet to meet most of them.

"I still have to meet most of the players, but I am good friends with Brandon Boykin and Toby Jackson. Coach [Rodney] Garner said me, A.J. Harmon, DeAngelo Tyson and
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