UD Football BIO
61 Justin Glenn

Walk-on and a fifth-year member of the squad as a senior • has played in five career games in a backup role • one of only eight seniors on the squad and joins All-Colonial Athletic Association tackle Ben Curtis as the lone offensive linemen • will add depth to an offensive line that returns four starters • enters the season as the projected No. 2 left guard behind junior Will Lewis • honor student who has earned CAA Academic Honor Roll honors four times • one of 20 Delaware natives on the roster.


Earned third letter as a backup at both tackle and guard on the offensive line • saw action in second half of season opener vs. Pittsburgh • offensive line unit helped UD rank No. 5 in the CAA in rushing (167.2 yards per game) and No. 6 in total offense (353.8) • carried the Delaware flag at pre-game vs. Pittsburgh • member of CAA Academic Honor Roll.

Earned second letter as a backup offensive lineman • appeared in three games in a backup role at tackle, seeing action vs. Jacksonville, Navy, and Delaware State helped Delaware rank No. 2 in the CAA in scoring (32.8) and No. 4 in rushing (177.0) • unit allowed just 18 sacks (No. 3 in CAA) all season • selected by coaching staff to carry out the Delaware state flag in game vs. Delaware State • CAA Academic Honor Roll.

Earned first letter for the Blue Hens as a backup offensive lineman • saw first career game action in late season victory over Rhode Island • CAA Academic Honor Roll.

Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • CAA Academic Honor Roll.

Standout in football and track & field at A.I. duPont High School • four-year letterwinner at center in football for head coach Zeb Blum • earned second team all-conference honors as a senior when he won the All-State Sportsmanship Award • played in the annual Blue-Gold All-Star Football Game at Delaware Stadium • led team to a record of 18-2 over his final two seasons, including an undefeated regular season mark in 2009 • threw shot put and discus for track and field team • track coach was Brandt Kennedy, a former standout placekicker at Delaware and the father of former All-CAA Blue Hen offensive lineman Bobby Kennedy • student council member • President of Blue Gold Club.

Justin Anthony Glenn • nickname is "Bear" • born May 25, 1993 • son of Tony and Ronna Glenn • older brother, Ryan, was a former member of the UD football operations student staff • honor student as a health & physical education major • earned degree in May, 2015 and is currently working on his master's degree in exceptional children & youth • avid swimmer • father was an All-American center at Delaware during a career that spanned 1975-77 • father is the Executive Director of the DFRC, whose mission is to enrich the lives of Delawareans with intellectual disabilities and sponsor the annual Delaware Blue-Gold All-Star High School Football Game played at Delaware Stadium each June. 

Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 285
Year: Senior
Hometown: Newark, Del.
High School: A.I. duPont
Major: Exception Children & Youth
Experience: 3 Letters
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