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Georgia Linebacker Receives Offer From Mountaineers

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West Virginia continues to be on the hot streak of offers in Georgia.  They have offered 2019 LB Kevon Glenn of Hampton, Georgia via Dutchtown High School.  He comes in at 6`1 205 pounds.  He’s a great tackler, will hit you hard and wrap you up.  Has good speed, vision and can drop into coverage.

On his WVU offer,  Kevon says “Its a honor and a blessing.  Very few people get to receive offers from big division one schools and I am so grateful for the offer.”.  West Virginia coaches Belk and Gibson extended the offer.  “WVU has a good program going on, and they will continue to improve”.

On the possibility of him playing in the Big XII, Kevon says “It would definitely be exciting, going up against some of the best offenses will only make you better as a defender.”

He does not have a top list of schools as of yet, although he does have offers from FAU, Iowa State, Kentucky, Ole Miss and Syracuse.

He wants to commit some time during the season, also he wouldn’t mind making a visit to WVU.

During his season, he wants to increase his work ethic more, play hard and see where the chips fall.  He molds his game around Deion Jones and Ray Lewis.  Deion Jones flies around ,can cover any running back and tight end, while Ray Lewis is just tough and brings a different force when being a leader and a hitter.

One player that sticks out to him from WVU is Tavon Austin, although he doesn’t play the same position, saying “When I hear WVU, I instantly think of him. He showed how fun the crowd and playing for WVU could be.”

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