Micah Glenn Talks Wheeling Jesuit Commitment

5 May

IMG_0996Micah used to attend Detroit Country Day, however he moved to Pennsylvania to finish high school and eventually landed at the prep school IMG Academy.  Glenn has committed to Wheeling Jesuit, a division two school in West Virginia.

How does it feel to commit to Wheeling Jesuit?
Feels great. Took a while but finding the school that fits you is a great feeling.

What were some other schools you were considering?  What made Wheeling different?
Claflin Univ., Univ. of New England, St. John’s Fischer ; I chose wheeling because we have a real shot at making the tournament next season, the coaching staff was great to me and my parents and it’s only an hour away from home.

What is your relationship with the coaches there like?

My relationship is great. And I know 2 of them, they graduated from my high school a year before me.

Did you visit the campus?  What did you like about it?

Yes I did ; I liked that it wasn’t too big and that the everyone seemed to be cool with each other.

What makes you unique as a player?  What will Wheeling be getting from a player like you?

What makes me unique is that I’m a well rounded player and a pass first point who can score. I can pass, handle the ball and play defense. At wheeling they will get a strong guard who can come in and contribute.

How did your season go at IMG?

Our season was good. Playing against one of the best shooters I’ve competed with in Eric Cooper and one of the smartest point guards in Angel Rivera got me better everyday and forced me to become a better leader.

What will the coaches be getting out of a player like you?

I will bring a guard who is strong and bring more to a position they lacked this past season. Coach Sancomb was eager to get more depth at that position so I’m excited to compete in practice.

Who would you like to thank the most for getting to where you are today?

My parents, Coach Mastroianni from QV and Coaches Mahoney/ Vander Sluis at IMG, my brothers, and my grandmother.

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