Auburn football: Priority QB target says Tigers’ offer “meant everything”

Auburn football is tearing up the 2023 recruiting trail, and have set their sights on a quarterback prospect from one state north. The Tigers offered 3-star Brock Glenn of Memphis, Tennessee during his visit to campus for the spring A-Day game.

Glenn, who is ranked as the #498 overall prospect and #24 quarterback in the recruiting class of 2023 as well as the #16 recruit out of the state of Tennessee, has been on campus three times in the recruiting process and has spent the last few months as a major target for the coaching staff.

When asked, the quarterback noted that his favorite schools currently are Auburn, TCU, Virginia, and Mississippi State. He plans to take several official visits in the coming months, and one will definitely be with Auburn football.

Although the 247 Sports Crystal Ball predicts Glenn to ultimately commit to Mississippi State, the Tigers are pushing hard for the QB, who highly valued his offer from Bryan Harsin and his staff, per Auburn Undercover:

“It meant everything to be offered by Auburn. My first name is actually Auburn. Auburn Brock Glenn. I have family history there and that’s where my name came from. My grandfather graduated vet school from Auburn in 1963, and he’s still working today, so most of my family grew up Auburn fans.”

Glenn plans to make a final decision about his commitment this summer following his official visits, but according to Auburn Undercover he most important factor in his recruitment is finding the best fit at the next level:

“Mainly the coaches and how I fit in the offense,” Glenn said. “I want a good staff that will develop me, and make me better. I also want a good fit offensively that’ll allow me to be comfortable and perform at a high level.”

Despite the current MSU prediction, Auburn football could easily take the lead in Brock Glenn’s recruitment.