NWPR is back on the hunt for the best talent, and especially the best unknown athletes, in the Pacific Northwest. After all we love covering the big-time names but they are off and running and many have multiple offers in hand. Many of them were guys we covered as unknown talent last season and the best work we do is to help deserving kids get a boost on the recruiting and exposure front.
Monquel Glasow is one of those guys. The 6’2″- 235 lbs TE/DE/LB from Sierra Vista High school has now moved into the Eugene area and will be playing for Coach Frank Geske and the Marist Spartans. Based on the time we have spent with Glasow that is a great thing for Marist and for him too. At a couple of camps we saw him at he was dominant.
What we loved was his aggression and his explosiveness. His ability to run and catch were evident but more then anything he is a phenomenal blocker. He was not to be stopped in live drills and he attacks defensive players from his Tight End position as if he is looking to put them on the ground every play.
He was so busy blocking that we did not see him catch as many balls as we could have but once he was in the passing lanes he looked fast and powerful. The thing is no one wants to get hit by this kid so they are not going to come up on him at full pace; his overall skill set is top tier.
2014 HUDL Footage