Last year, Sabino RB Glyndon Bolasky quietly jumped into the ranks as one of the top players in AZ. This
year, Glyndon will not be sneaking up as he is getting recruiting attention from
across the nation and looks to lead a loaded Sabino team to a playoff run. This
is what the 24-7 #2 ranked RB had to say…
24-7 Football.com: What were your
stats from last season?
Glyndon Bolasky: 1550 yards on 161 carries, 135
yards on 6 receptions and 17 TDs.
24-7: What is your official height
24-7: What is your greatest
Glyndon: Running an 80 yard TD against
Valley on the first play of
the game during the first round of the 2004 AZ playoffs.
24-7: What are your goals for the
Glyndon: 2000+yards, 11+ yards per carry
and 25+ TDs.
24-7: How are you preparing for
the upcoming season? Will you attend any camps this
Glyndon: Hitting the weights hard and
participating in passing tournaments.
I will attend the Nike and other combines and various college
24-7: What aspect of your game
have you really worked hard to improve?
Glyndon: I always work on my
24-7: What area would you like to
keep improving on?
Glyndon: Speed, explosiveness and lateral
24-7: Who are some of your
teammates that people need to watch out for?
Glyndon: Brooks Reed (FB/DE), Codi
Harshman (WR), Brandon Hodgeson (OL) and Andy Threlkeld
24-7: Name one teammate you really
respect and why?
Glyndon: Brooks Reed (fullback) because we
push each other in the weight room and on the field, he also makes great blocks
24-7: What are your goals
regarding playing football in college?
Glyndon: To get playing time with a strong
program and win a bowl game.
24-7: Who is currently recruiting
you? Do you have any offers yet?
Glyndon: Stanford, ASU, UCLA, Oregon, UofA, BYU, Nevada and Purdue. I am also in contact with
others such as, Duke and some Ivy League Schools. Last week I received an offer from NMSU.
(Since the interview Glyndon has received
offers from UofA, BYU and Georgia Tech).
24-7: Would you consider staying
in state to play in college?
24-7: Tell us about the UCLA
junior day you recently attended? Any plans on attending any other junior
Glyndon: I had a great opportunity to see
a spring practice as well as meet the coaches, see the facilities and tour the
24-7: What would your top 5
college choices be?
Glyndon: At this point I am in contact
with a lot of schools and I want to wait to see where I would fit the
24-7: Who is the best player you
ever played against? Why?
Glyndon: Chris McGaha (States leading
24-7: Name one opponent who you
really respect and why?
Glyndon: I try to give equal respect to
all of my opponents.
24-7: What other sports do you
24-7: What are your best lifts in
the bench, squat, clean and 40?
Glyndon: bench 275, squat 425, clean 305
and 40 4.41.
24-7: How do you think your coach
would describe you as a player?
Glyndon: Dedicated and hard
24-7: What is the best piece of
advice you have ever received?
Glyndon: The view from the summit is worth
24-7: Tell us what can we expect
from your team this season?
24-7: What can a college program
expect from you as a player?
Glyndon: A college can expect an athlete
with complete dedication who has the ability to lead by example. I will always
strive to excel on the field as well as in the classroom.
The staff at 24-7 would like to
thank Glyndon for his time and also thank Sabino head coach Jay Campos for
helping set the interview up. Anyone wishing to contact Glyndon, may email