UCLA has an extreme need at the offensive line spot and they have landed another athletic sleeper in Scott Glicksberg (6-4, 285, 5.1) from San Jose (Calif.) Leland. In Glicksberg, the Bruins land a player that the Bruin brass feels has the versatility to play all three interior line spots.
“I was planning to take a couple more trips,” Glicksberg said. “But I decided to go ahead and commit to UCLA on my visit.”
“Coming in,” Glicksberg said. “I thought I would want something to compare this to, but on my visit I realized that you can’t beat UCLA.”
“UCLA wants to take six offensive linemen and the Bruins already have four committed,” Glicksberg said. “So I didn’t want to lose my spot by waiting.”
“I really felt team unity particularly with the other offensive linemen and I like (offensive line) coach (Mark) Weber a lot,” Glicksberg said.
The Bruins land a quick footed lineman who clocked a 4.59 in the shuttle at the Nike Camp in Washington but does need to do some work in the weight room to increase his size and strength.
Glicksberg is an intelligent football player who rarely makes mistakes. He had a strong senior year on both sides of the ball but UCLA has him slotted on the offensive side of the ball.