Sherman Oaks (Ca.) Notre Dame athlete Rodney Glass has helped the Knights to a 10-0 record and the playoffs. The 5-foot-11, 170-pounder kicks off the postseason this Friday against Lynwood.
"Our team has managed to do pretty well so far this season completing goals and going 10-0, winning the division title," he said. "As far as team progression, we're coming along and gelling. We're working a lot better together than earlier in the season and we all know we have our work cut out for us coming up."
To finish the regular season, the Rivals250 propect rushed for over 1,500 yards and picked off two interceptions.
"I can definitely say my vision is better and I see the field more," he said. "I'm pretty happy with the outcome of the season and have progressed well this year."
Glass hasn't scheduled any official visits, but is beginning to look at some schools.
"I'm in the process and I'm pretty sure I want to go to Arizona State, Washington, UNLV possibly and Colorado maybe," he said. "I know Arizona State has been doing well this season and I like that they are relatively close to home. That's definitely a possibility I like. As for the other teams, I've talked with many of their coaches which have been pretty good. I also like the prestige within their schools too."
The four-star prospect continues to keep in contact with coaches at UCLA and USC, but neither has offered yet.