Nick Glass Interview

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Football Recruiting
Georgia Commit Planning Ohio State Visit?
By Michael Chung

(Editor’s Note: This is the latest contribution to the-Ozone for Michael Chung. He has provided OSU recruiting information to several websites in the past, but now will be exclusive to the-Ozone as we look to bring more football recruiting coverage in the coming months. You can follow him on Twitter @MChungOzone).

Nick Glass is an impressive athlete. rates him as a 4-star prospect, standing 6-1, 196 pounds with a reported 4.49 in the 40-yard. Maxing 275 on the bench and 425 squat, Glass already rivals many who are already playing major college football.

A safety out of Atlanta, Ga., Glass holds offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Oklahoma State, Stanford and North Carolina. He is currently committed to play for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, but not everyone believes his commitment is solid.  

We recently caught up with Glass, who took some time to answer some questions from The-Ozone to see how solid he is in his commitment is to the SEC Bulldogs. Ohio State has offered, but does he have interest? Do the Buckeyes have a chance at this highly rated DB prospect. In a recent Ozone interview, it was stated that Glass might not have strong interest in OSU. What does he say?

Ozone: Other than Ohio State, how many other schools have contacted you since Sept. 1?

Glass: Florida, Michigan State, Michigan, LSU, Georgia, Clemson, Vanderbilt, USC, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida State.

Ozone: What does Georgia think about all this attention since you gave them a verbal?
Glass: I don’t know. I have been faithful to coach Richt and coach Garner. The staff at Georgia treats me like I am an uncommitted recruit. I told coach Richt that I love Georgia and have been a fan of them since I grew up. As of now, I am still committed.

Ozone: How committed are you to Georgia given this recent amount of attention?

Glass: I have 18 months left, as of now, I am committed. I tell coach Richt I am committed.

Ozone: You have an Ohio State offer, how open are you to consider other schools like OSU?

Glass: I still consider other schools, looking at the in and outs, positives and negatives, there is still 18 months.

Ozone: What would be your top four or five schools?

Glass: Georgia, Ohio State, North Carolina, Clemson, Tennessee and Michigan.

Ozone: What did the OSU coaching staff say to you?

Glass: They are always open and happy to talk to me. I talk to coach (Everett) Withers, Mark Pantoni, coach Stan Drayton; I talked to Urban Meyer the day they offered.

Ozone: Are you going to visit OSU either officially or unofficially?

Glass: I will go for the Michigan game Nov 24. I am not sure if I will go before.

Ozone: Are you friends with anyone who is strongly considering OSU?

Glass: Raekwon McMillan he says he likes Ohio State. Clifton Garrett likes Ohio State. Demarre Kitt, a Georgia commit, may have some interest. I am not sure if Kitt has an offer but he is a top 3 WR and he has told me he likes OSU.

Ozone: You are friends with Vonn Bell, where do you think he will end up?

Glass: If I had to guess, he will go to Tennessee and they need DBs. But I am just guessing. He has never really told me of OSU, I would just guess UT because he grew up liking them.

Quick Hitters with Nick Glass:

Favorite Drink? Powerade
Song? Naked Dance
Book? Hunger Games
Superhero? Batman
Sports team? Ravens and Jets in NFL, grew up a Georgia Bulldogs fan in college.
City to visit? New York
Chick-fil-a or McDonalds? Chick-fil-a hands down. 

*Thank you Nick for your time. We wish the best as you make your college choice and hope you have a great season.

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