The Florida State football team will have at least one high school quarterback in this 2023 recruiting class after all. And it’s one the Seminoles wanted all along.
Four-star QB Brock Glenn, who appeared close to committing to Florida State back in the summer before being swayed by Ohio State, announced Monday that he is no longer committed to the Buckeyes. He now is committed to FSU and plans to be part of the ’23 signing class.
Glenn, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect from Memphis, is the nation’s No. 22 quarterback in the On3 Consensus rankings. He took an official visit to Florida State in early June, and the Seminoles were believed to be a favorite in his recruitment.
But Glenn took an official visit to Ohio State one week later and then committed to the Buckeyes.
He is the 16th commitment in the 2023 class and Florida State’s first quarterback.
“I’ve always liked Florida State since my recruiting process began, and then they had the season they’ve had and it opened my eyes a lot,” Glenn said in an interview with On3. I think everyone sees what Coach Norvell is building. He is an outstanding coach and an even better person. Just getting the opportunity to be coached by him and be a part of what he is building there is something I can’t pass up.
During the summer, Glenn raved about Mike Norvell’s offense, calling it “quarterback friendly.” And that was before the Seminoles embarked upon their breakout performance this season; Florida State currently ranks as one of the most productive and explosive offenses in college football.
“Their offense fits me perfectly,” Glenn said in June. “I don’t think there’s honestly a better offense for me and what I want to accomplish — and that’s the NFL. I think that (FSU’s offense) will prepare me, and also allow me to put up big numbers, do good things here and win some games.”
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