Glass Clearly Happy After UVa Visit

Glass Clearly Happy After UVa Visit

Tim Glass made a trip to Charlottesville to visit Virginia, and although the Danville (Va.) George Washington safety did not talk to Mike London, the 2016 prospect left impressed. Glass discussed his trip to UVa below.

It was not his first visit to Virginia, but Tim Glass certainly got a clearer picture of what it means to be a Wahoo.

"It was good," said Glass shortly after leaving Grounds. "They treated me very well. They showed me a lot of interest, and I am very interested in them also."

The Danville (Va.) George Washington safety had visited the school during the fall for a football game, however, this was the first chance he had to see the athletic facilities and see what academically the school had to offer.

"Showed me around the campus, and showed me the academic part of it, where I would be staying… Then they took me to the stadium and I tried on jerseys and things like that."

Glass had much praise for the equipment at Virginia, but most of his praise was saved for the staff. Although, he did not meet with head coach, Mike London, he did have an opportunity to meet with defensive assistant, Mike Archer.

"Met the new coaches, coach Archer, also coach (assistant recruiting coordinator) (Blanda) Wolf. We also went over the academic part and talked about my degree and things like that."

"He (Archer) has been coaching for I want to say 36 years. He is a cool coach. He is a type of coach where if you just listen to what he teaches, it will happen, if you just have to put forth effort and do what he says."

"Coach Archer was really impressed on how I played on the field. He just kept saying you are a great player; you are a good player," Glass explained. "I was really just humbled from what he said and I just took it in. And it really felt like he wanted me to play for him, and I could really play under a coach like coach Archer. He really just made me feel good as a player."

Those minutes discussing film and his future were the minutes that Glass will remember the most.

"It showed they really watched my film and went through it and saw what type of player and what type of position I can play. Coach was saying I could play corner, I could play safety and I could also play special teams. I really appreciated what they told me, and that they took time to watch my film and evaluate it."

Although Glass left without an offer-since London was not present-the 2016 standout was very confident in his position with the Cavaliers.

Now Glass will focus on his next few visits.

"The only one that is set is North Carolina which is next Saturday," he said. "I think it's July the 13th is when I go to visit Florida." Recommended Stories

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