Position: Offensive Line
Height /Weight: 6-3 / 280
Hometown: Newark, Del.
High School: St. Mark's HS
Major: Health & Physical Education
At Delaware: Walk-on and a second-year member of the squad • will add depth to a young offensive line that is rebuilding after the loss of four starters, including All-Americans and NFL signees Gino Gradkowski and Shea Allard • projected as the team's No. 2 center behind sophomore Jake Geiser.
2011 Season: Did not see game action and retained freshman eligiblity • team went 7-4 under head coach K.C. Keeler • member of Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.
High School: 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 this past summer • 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 current Blue Hen offensive lineman Bobby Kennedy • student council member • President of Blue Gold Club.
Personal: Justin Anthony Glenn • born May 25, 1993 • son of Tony and Ronna Glenn • older brother, Ryan, is a member of the UD football operations student staff • health & physical education major with a minor in coaching science at Delaware • 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.
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