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2023 Ohio State Quarterback Commit Brock Glenn Flips To Florida State

The Buckeyes have already zeroed in on another signal-caller, who will be on campus this weekend.
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Ohio State suffered its second decommitment in less than a week when Memphis (Tenn.) Lausanne Collegiate School four-star quarterback Brock Glenn flipped his pledge to Florida State on Monday evening.

The 6-foot-2 and 195-pound Glenn, who is considered the 22nd-best quarterback and No. 378 prospect overall in the class of 2023, initially picked the Buckeyes in late July after he took an official visit to Columbus earlier in the summer.

Glenn was trending toward the Seminoles for severals months prior to that visit, so it’s not a surprise to see him end up in Tallahassee, though it appears this is a mutual decision by both sides, even though it leaves Ohio State without a quarterback in the class.

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That said, the Buckeyes are set to welcome Pierre (S.D.) T.F. Riggs four-star Lincoln Kienholz to campus for an official visit for Saturday’s game against Michigan. He’s currently committed to Washington, but has been in contact with quarterbacks coach Corey Dennis for much of the fall.

Glenn is now the fourth player to decommit from Ohio State this cycle, joining Alabama four-star tight end commit Ty Lockwood, Florida four-star cornerback pledge Dijon Johnson and four-star running back Mark Fletcher, who reopened his recruitment last Wednesday.


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