|Considered one of the top offensive linemen available in the draft, Glenn's versatility and durability could lead to him being selected with one of the first 20 picks. Glenn was a four-year starter at Georgia, where he moved to left tackle as a senior after being a standout guard. Glenn finished his career tied for first all-time at Georgia with 50 starts as an offensive lineman. He was named first-team All-SEC and third-team All-America in his final season with the Bulldogs, helping them finish second in the conference with 244.5 yards passing per game and earning an invite to play in the Senior Bowl, where he impressed scouts. Glenn is an athletic offensive lineman who uses his speed to get up the field, and he showcased his quickness by finishing sixth among linemen at the NFL combine with a 40-yard dash time of 5.15 seconds. Glenn was also a top performer among players at his position in the bench press, finishing eighth with 31 reps. However, he was one of the heaviest linemen there, which could lead to teams thinking he would struggle against quick outside pass rushers if he were to play tackle in the NFL. A move back to guard appears to be Glenn's destination at the next level.