Tim Glass is not a stranger to UVa.
"I was actually being recruited by them last year when I was a freshman," Glass explained. "I came by for the Ball State game, so I am pretty familiar with them. I've been up there a couple of times."
During his visit in the fall, Glass only took in a football game, and did not take a tour around Grounds. On this trip, however, the Danville (Va.) George Washington safety is looking forward to get an inside look at the program.
On this visit I want to check out the facilities, meet the rest of the coaches and see how the program is.. see the environment. I want to see what they have to offer-just take it all in and enjoy it."
"They are just trying to get the program started up there. They are looking to be on the rise and that is what I like about them."
The 6-foot-1, 190 pounder will hit the road this summer to explore his options.
Glass is looking for a complete package when it comes to a program.
"Their determination to win-that is the biggest factor. I want to be part of a program that wants to win; that will do anything to win. The coach loyalty and the coach stability is a great thing. The fan base, how they are, if they come to the games to support you. Then the academic part also stands out, what I can do after football."
Although Glass says geography will not play a big role in his decision, he does the draw of going to a school in-state.
It would be cool to play for my home state and put them on the map. They are already on the map, but to go out and win. So it would be cool playing for my home state."