Glover-Williams, 5-foot-10, 165-pounds, could project to any number of skill positions at the next level. Friday afternoon, he picked up his first two offers.
"Today was a great day for me, and I was offered by both Ohio State and Nebraska," Glover-Williams stated. "I went to Ohio State with my dad and we had a great time meeting with Coach (Urban) Meyer. We were in his office and Coach Meyer told us he was offering a scholarship and he wanted me to be a Buckeye. He told me he's ready for me to be a Buckeye whenever I'm ready to come on board."
"I had a great tour of the campus and learned a lot more about Ohio State," he added. "I'm honored to have an Ohio State offer as a sophomore, and my dad and I were impressed that Coach Meyer told me he had scouted me personally, and he made the decision to offer me. I know this means I have to work harder to live up to the attention. They said people are going to come after me hard next year because of this and I hope they do, because that will make things more fun."
Earlier in the afternoon, Nebraska visited Canton McKinley to offer Glover-Williams' teammate, senior Antoine Miles. After watching the tape, Nebraska also extended an offer to Glover-Williams.
"Coach (Vince) Marrow was in my school to see Antoine, and my coach let me know that Nebraska had offered me, which is very exciting," he explained. "They told my coach I could play any number of positions, but they compared me to Taylor Martinez and said I would probably start out at quarterback."
"I really don't know too much about Nebraska, but I'm definitely interested," he continued. "Having Antoine out there is great, and I will be checking in on him the next couple years to see how he likes it."
This year as a sophomore, Glover-Williams rushed for over 1,500 yards and scored 22 touchdowns. He also threw for over 1,100 yards with 12 scores.