William Penn Charter OL/DL Mike McGlinchey issues verbal declaration to Notre Dame
One of Pennsylvania’s top offensive line prospects in the 2013 class has chosen where he’d like to continue his college football career.
Mike McGlinchey, a 6’7, 265-pound offensive lineman from William Penn Charter School in the Inter-AC League, issued a verbal declaration to Notre Dame Sunday, according to national recruiting services Scout.com and Rivals.com.
The Penn Charter senior-to-be held more than 20 scholarship offers. Including the Irish, McGlinchey also received offers from Boston College, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Iowa, Maryland, Miami (FL), Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, Pitt, Rutgers, Temple, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin, among others.
Interested parties who did not offer McGlinchey included Alabama, Connecticut, Northwestern, Purdue, South Carolina and Syracuse.
Scout.com rated McGlinchey as the No. 22 offensive tackle prospect in the 2013 class and a four-star prospect. McGlinchey was Scout’s No. 2 offensive tackle prospect in the Keystone State, trailing only Belle Vernon Area’s Dorian Johnson (No. 12 overall, four stars). Rivals.com rated McGlinchey as a three-star prospect.
In his junior season, McGlinchey helped to pave the way for a Penn Charter offensive unit which averaged 299.2 yards (247.2 rushing, 52 passing) and 21 points per game en route to a 5-5 overall record, featuring four backs with season rushing totals between 245 to 1,180 yards and a 500-yard passer, scoring 27 total offensive touchdowns (23 rushing, four passing).
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