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2016 Intro: Tim Glass
A few weeks ago Tim Glass received his first two scholarship offers. The first came from N.C. State while he was visiting the Wolfpack. "While I was there, I saw them practice and everything went well," said the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Glass. "They have a great program and a great campus. The facilities and fans are great, too. "At the end of the trip, coach (Dave) Doeren called me into his office and said he wanted to offer me a full scholarship." The offer caught Glass by surprise. "I was shocked and I just felt so happy," he said. "My family and I were really excited about it." Hours later, he was offered by Cincinnati. "I talked to (defensive line) coach (Robert) Prunty previously and he said they were going to offer me at some point, but I didn't think it would come that quickly," Glass said. "It was a great feeling to get the offer from them." Glass has developed a good relationship with Prunty. "I like everything about him," he said. "He's a family man and he looks out for his players. He's like a father figure, and he really just takes care of his players and makes sure they're doing the right things." A few days after receiving the offers, he visited Virginia Tech. "Everything went well," Glass said. "They have great coaches and a great program. They also have great academics." Along with the aforementioned schools, Glass is attracting interest from Notre Dame, Clemson, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, East Carolina, Duke, Virginia, Wake Forest and Penn State. Glass has few visits in mind for the near future. "I'm visiting East Carolina this weekend and I'm working on going back to Duke," he said. "I'm definitely going to South Carolina also." While he is enjoying his recruitment, Glass's main focus is on his upcoming season. "I'm more about team goals, I'm not about myself," he said. "I just want to help everyone on the team and try to help us win a state championship."
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