Cincinnati has already offered the talented defensive back and both in-state schools had him on their campuses recently.
Glass talks about those visits. The first one was in Atlanta.
"I went to Georgia Tech on Sunday and I met all of the coaches," said Glass. "All of the coaches are cool there. My recruiting coach is Coach Speed and we have a lot in common.
"The academic part is what stood out most to me. They told me one of out of every six that graduate there become millionaires.
"I really love the whole staff there because they are very approachable. Coach Speed told me he would be by my school as soon as possible and I think they could offer me in the spring. My visit was great."
On Monday, he spent time in Athens.
"I went over to Georgia and the visit was nice. Georgia is a nice college town and I was invited back for their Junior Day. Being invited to their Junior Day made me happy because I am only a sophomore.
"At Georgia, it had that home-like feeling and the overall visit was great. I cannot wait to get back for their Junior Day."
Glass finished his sophomore season with 75 tackles, 5 sacks, 5 pass break-ups, 4 interceptions, and 4 tackles for loss.