Auburn QB target sets commitment date, lists Tigers in top five

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Auburn hopes to land the next key piece to their 2023 recruiting class in the form of a four-star quarterback.

Brock Glenn, a four-star quarterback from Memphis, Tennessee, has revealed that he will choose between Auburn, Florida State, Ohio State, LSU, and TCU on Friday, July 30.

Auburn has been high on Glenn’s radar since birth. According to On3, Glenn’s grandfather graduated from the Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine, which formed a long-term connection with the University. So much so, that his parents gave Glenn the first name of “Auburn.”

Glenn tells On3 that he feels that Auburn is heading in the right direction under head coach Bryan Harsin.

What Coach Harsin is doing with the program is amazing. He is truly changing the culture and entire program for the better, and I really believe they will be contenders here soon. I also love Auburn’s great tradition, I believe it’s one of, if not the best in the nation. They have great fans and a great community. Coach Harsin’s offense is really good as well, and I do believe it prepares you for the NFL, especially from a mental aspect, which is very important to me. Overall, Auburn is a great program with great people!

Despite his first name, and his strong feelings towards Auburn, Harsin may have some competition to fight off. According to all three major recruiting sites, On3, 247Sports, and Rivals, all signs point to Glenn committing to Florida State.

Glenn is the No. 20 ranked quarterback in the nation for the 2023 class, and the No. 9 overall prospect from Tennessee. He was also one of 20 quarterbacks to compete in the Elite 11 finals that were held in California last month.

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Story originally appeared on Auburn Wire