The 6-foot-7, 215-pounder is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and plays at Calvary Christian Academy. Over the process, Glenn collected offers from the likes of Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, Maryland, Miami and more. But he narrowed his recruitment down to an interesting list of five schools back in July — Michigan, Georgia, USF, Virginia Tech and Iona.
He doesn’t update his social media very often, so it’s hard to pinpoint exactly when Howard and the Wolverines offered him. But he did take his official visit to Michigan a few weeks ago along with his good friend, 2022 four-star and Juwan’s son, Jett Howard.
Glenn had been a top target throughout the entire cycle and is very close to the Howard family, as he discussed earlier this year.
“Michigan is like family to me. Juwan Howard is like my uncle so that’s probably one of my top schools,” Glenn told 247Sports back in January. “I think it would be fun to play for coach Juwan because I would be able to have freedom while at the same time playing team ball. Being under him he could probably get me to the NBA. Their message has been the same thing, that they can help make my dreams come true. I’ve also been watching and I think this team can win a national championship this year.”
The addition of Glenn to Michigan’s class rises it to the top 10, now sitting at No. 8 overall. He joins four-star point guard Dug McDaniel and four-star big man Tarris Reed in the class.
Glenn is ranked No. 108 overall on the 247Sports composite. Check out some of his most recent highlights below.