Spartanburg (S.C.) Broome linebacker Antwane Glenn currently holds two Division I-A scholarship offers and recently picked up one from a local Division I-AA power, but has his eye on a pair of schools that haven't offered, but have been showing him attention.
"I've picked up offers from East Carolina and Furman," Glenn said. "It was good to get those offers."
The 6-foot-4, 235-pounder made trips to both campuses, ironically both located in cities named Greenville (ECU is in North Carolina and Furman in South Carolina), this summer.
"I went over to Furman in the summer and I went to East Carolina camp," Glenn said.
Pirates assistant coach Phil Petty, a native of Spartanburg County, is recruiting for East Carolina.
"It's a good school," Glenn said of East Carolina.
At the moment, two programs that have yet to offer are in the lead for Glenn's services.
"Vanderbilt and Maryland are the top ones right now," Glenn said. "Vanderbilt came to see me play last week, but I don't know what they said because I haven't talked to them.
"I like Vanderbilt because they are a good academic school, too."
The Commodores plucked current starting cornerback D.J. Moore out of Broome High in last year's class.
Glenn currently does not have any official visits scheduled. He is the No. 24 overall prospect in the state of South Carolina for this year's class.