Jacoby Glenn

Jacoby Glenn

RS Sophomore

Prichard, Ala.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 186

Defensive Back


House Party

UCF rolls to 34-14 win over Temple on Homecoming


Knights Celebrate at Swords Awards

UCF held its annual end-of-the-year banquet


UCF Stops Houston for Homecoming Win

Knights remain unbeaten in American Athletic Conference play.


10 Tweetable Tidbits for #HOUvsUCF

Tweetable Tidbits


Knights Escape Memphis With 24-17 Win

UCF scores twice in nine seconds late in the game


UCF 32, East Carolina 30 (USATSI)

Holman hits Perriman for 51-yard hail-Mary touchdown to give UCF a share of the American title.


Houston @ UCF

Houston @ UCF


UCF vs. Memphis (USATSI Gallery)

UCF vs. Memphis (USATSI Gallery)

-Selected to the Associated Press All-America Second Team, marking UCF's first AP All-American since 2007, and its first defensive All-American to be on a first, second or third team since 1991
-Voted as the American Athletic Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year and on to the All-AAC First Team as well
-The first freshman or sophomore in UCF history to be named a league's offensive or defensive player of the year
-Selected to Phil Steele's Postseason All-America Fourth Team and the All-Conference First Team
-Earned the team's Outstanding Defensive Player award at the team banquet
-Started all 13 games at cornerback
-Totaled 48 tackles with one for a loss, and had one forced fumble
-Delivered seven interceptions and 11 break-ups to rank among the best in the nation in both categories
-At Croke Park Classic vs. Penn State 8/30: Collected 11 total tackles (nine solo) and intercepted his third pass of his career in the first quarter. Glenn also tacked on two pass breakups
-At Missouri 9/13: Recorded four total tackles and intercepted his second pass of the season, making it the fourth pick of his career
-Bethune-Cookman 9/20: Added two total tackles for the Knights
-At Houston 10/2: Posted five stops with one pass break-up
-BYU 10/9: Notched his third interception of the season
-Tulane 10/18: Hauled in an interception with a break-up
-Temple 10/25: Selected as the American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week thanks to an interception, four tackles and a forced fumble
-Tulsa 11/14: Earned another American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week honor after having five tackles and four break-ups
-SMU 11/22: Added to his interception total with his sixth of the year
-At USF 11/28: Had two tackles, one for a loss, along with a break-up
-At East Carolina 12/4: Pulled in an interception and also had a break-up and six tackles
-St. Pete 12/26: Finished with three tackles

-Selected to the FWAA Freshman All-America Team
-Voted on to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team
-Named Honorable Mention All-Freshman by College Football News
-Received a spot on Phil Steele's Postseason All-American Athletic Conference First Team
-At the team's awards banquet, named UCF's Most Outstanding Defensive Back for 2013
-Member of the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team
-Closed out his first full season with 52 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks
-Forced two fumbles, 15 break-ups and two interceptions
-Started 12 games, only missing Temple due to an injury
-Akron 8/29: Made his first start at defensive back against the Zips and managed four total tackles with three pass breakups
-At FIU 9/6: Recorded three solo tackles
-At Penn State 9/14: Totaled five tackles with four solo stops
-South Carolina 9/28: Made three solo stops with one pass breakup
-At Memphis 10/5: Stacked up seven tackles (six solo) and posted his first-career interception, returning the ball 33 yards, and two pass breakups
-At Louisville 10/18: Totaled nine tackles (seven solo) and one TFL
-UConn 10/26: Added two more break-ups, giving him 10 this year - two shy of entering UCF's single-season top 10
-Houston 11/9: Tallied three solo tackles, forced a fumble, and recorded his second interception of the season
-Rutgers 11/21: Recorded one solo tackles and broke up five passes
-USF 11/29: Totaled five tackles (three solo) and also forced a fumble
-AT SMU 12/7: Had a sack and three tackles
-Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 1/1: Amassed nine tackles against Baylor's high-powered offense

-Did not see game action

-Known as a big-play defender, helped anchor one of Alabama's top defenses in Class 5A
-Coached by Kerry Stevenson at Vigor High School
-Helped guide the Vigor Wolves to a 12-3 record in 2011 and a second-place finish in the Region 1 standings
-Team had a 4-1 record in the 2011 state playoffs, advancing to the Class 5A quarterfinals, and finished the 2011 regular season ranked No. 6 in Alabama's Class 5A
-Rated the No. 34 overall prospect on Rivals.com Alabama Postseason Top 40 2012 list
-Had an interception for Team Alabama in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic
-Also played basketball for Vigor
-Chose UCF over offers from Kentucky, Memphis and Mississippi State, while also receiving interest from Alabama and Southern Miss


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