In the second half, Glover-Williams found his stride, both throwing and running the football, and nearly led his team to victory. For the game, he rushed for 141 yards and one touchdown, while throwing for 196 yards and three touchdowns.
Although he more than likely will not be a quarterback at the next level, and projects as a slot receiver, tailback or cornerback, Glover-Williams is a highly skilled athlete with the football in his hands. He is one of Ohio's top 2015 prospects.
Here are a few highlights of his performance last Saturday against Massillon. WHITE JERSEY #7.