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
-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: Glenn entered the day ranked sixth in the nation in interceptions. He added to his total by picking off his sixth pass Saturday. That puts him tied for second on the UCF single-season chart (record is eight). He now has eight for his career, good for seventh
-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

-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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