4-star UGA commit hosts Bama, OSU coaches

It's been a busy past week for 2014 4-star safety Nick Glass. First, he transferred schools -- from St. Pius X high school to nearby Peachtree Ridge - and then he played host to a number of big time visitors at his new campus.
This week Georgia sent a pair of assistants to visit the Bulldogs commit and new teammate Orlando Brown. Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart also came by, as did a member of the Ohio State staff.
"The Georgia coaches came by and asked me if I was coming up for Junior Day," Glass said. "They expressed how much they like me as a person and player and they need me to continue to recruit guys."

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Glass said he's still committed to the Bulldogs but there are few things making him consider his options. Georgia has five commitments at the safety position in the current class, which is a slight concern to Glass.
"Yeah, I'm a little worried [about the numbers]," Glass said. "Not of competition, but just how many they have."
Smart and Alabama have stayed after Glass despite his early commitment to Georgia and have let him know they're not giving up any time soon.
"They said they're not giving up until the end," Glass said. "And how they love big safeties and how they want me to be a part of their team."
He added that the Crimson Tide were in serious consideration before he selected Georgia.
"Alabama was always pretty high on my list," Glass said. "And they're higher now since they have a lack of safeties and that's a huge spot they need to fill."
For the meantime recruiting will move to the backburner for Glass as he finishes up the semester at his new school and preps for the Georgia Rising Seniors game on New Year's Eve.
After that it will be back to the weight room as he prepares for his senior season with higher expectations for his level of competition.
"I think I'll see a high competition level at this school because it's three classifications higher and it's the highest in the state," Glass said. "I feel that it'll get me college-ready athletically."