Ohio State locked in another piece for its top-ranked recruiting class for the 2023 cycle on Saturday.

This time, the commitment comes from Brock Glenn, a 4-star QB out of Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee. Glenn was considering Auburn, Florida State, LSU and TCU from a host of Power 5 options.
Listed at 6-foot-2 and 195 lbs., Glenn is rated as the No. 17 QB prospect nationally for the 2023 recruiting class by the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. Glenn is also the 8th overall player out of Tennessee and 335th player nationally.

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Glenn becomes the 20th player pledged to Ohio State via the 2023 recruiting class. That group is currently rated the No. 1 class in the country by the team recruiting rankings.

It goes without saying but the QB room at Ohio State remains in very good shape for the future. C.J. Stroud is likely NFL bound following the 2022 season, but there is no shortage of talent behind him down the road.

Kyle McCord (5-star), Devin Brown (4-star), Gleen (4-star) and Dylan Raiola (5-star) are quarterbacks either on the roster or committed to attend Ohio State from 2021-24. Ryan Day should have more than enough to work with moving forward.