• Follow us on Twitter @buckeyeplanet and @bp_recruiting, like us on Facebook! Enjoy a post or article, recommend it to others! BP is only as strong as its community, and we only promote by word of mouth, so share away!
  • Consider registering! Fewer and higher quality ads, no emails you don't want, access to all the forums, download game torrents, private messages, polls, Sportsbook, etc. Even if you just want to lurk, there are a lot of good reasons to register!

'07 OH LB/S Sidney Glover (West Virginia signee)

Plum Diamonds Lab Grown Diamond Rings

Highstreet

Heisman
warrenharding.gif


Sidney Glover
[FONT=&quot]Warren G. Harding[/FONT]
Height: 5'11
Weight: 202
Bench: 325

Scout Profile

Rivals Profile

- Glover is a tough and quick defender. He shows his toughness when he disrupts the action in the middle, and his speed when he tracks down guys trying to get outside on the edge. He could be a good safety at the next level, but being only a sophmore could grow into a no doubter at LB. He has already proven himself, at the highest competition level in the state, and figures to be a highly regarded recruit.
 
Last edited by a moderator:

Worm02

Heisman
Glover is going to be special

After playing a little banged up last season, Glover finished the season strong with a solid performance against Lakewood St. Edward. He has been working extremely hard all offseason (in addition to playing JV basketball) and he has bulked up to 200+ pounds. He recently did 225 16 times. Great athlete and an even better kid. He is going to be something else.
 
Upvote 0

Highstreet

Heisman
GBW $

Next year's club is loaded with underclassmen talent, including sophomore running back Dan Herron (cousin of Prescott Burgess), linebacker/safety Sidney Glover, and linebacker David Harsch. All three of those players were starters last season, which is surprising since Warren Harding rarely ever plays it's sophomores.
 
Upvote 0
Yeah Marlin Parker is a very good and is very quick for his size. He is about 6'1-6'2 close to 220pds and runs a 4.7. He is the cousin of Mario Manningham but he might be a buckeye fan though I will try to find out this week. He plays DE and some Lb but will probably play LB in college. You can compare him to Former Warren Harding Star DE/LB Anthony Hoke who is now staring at Cincinnati. I am wonder since Marlin Parker, David Harsch, Sidney Glover and Dan Herron are all best friends would they try to become a a package deal. Also look out for OL Adrian Favors 6'3 380 who will be a good one and is very quick for being that big, DL/LB Ian Vasil 6'1 215, FB/DE/LB Reggie Scrivens 6'1 220 Benches 350 pds and sophmore speedster Antuwan Rucker who ran a 4.5 at the OSU Camp last week.
 
Upvote 0

BearBuck27

Game Day!!!
Warren Raider said:
Yeah Marlin Parker is a very good and is very quick for his size. He is about 6'1-6'2 close to 220pds and runs a 4.7. He is the cousin of Mario Manningham but he might be a buckeye fan though I will try to find out this week. He plays DE and some Lb but will probably play LB in college. You can compare him to Former Warren Harding Star DE/LB Anthony Hoke who is now staring at Cincinnati. I am wonder since Marlin Parker, David Harsch, Sidney Glover and Dan Herron are all best friends would they try to become a a package deal. Also look out for OL Adrian Favors 6'3 380 who will be a good one and is very quick for being that big, DL/LB Ian Vasil 6'1 215, FB/DE/LB Reggie Scrivens 6'1 220 Benches 350 pds and sophmore speedster Antuwan Rucker who ran a 4.5 at the OSU Camp last week.
Dang...that is one stacked team!:yow1:
 
Upvote 0

wadc45

Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats
Staff member
BP Recruiting Team
Link

Harding rolls in turf debut, 49-22

By ED PUSKAS Tribune Chronicle Assistant Sports Editor



WARREN - Warren G. Harding running back Dan Herron ran for three touchdowns and quarterback Sidney Glover ran for two scores and passed for another in the Raiders' season-opening victory over Cleveland John F. Kennedy Friday night.

But the real star of Harding's 49-22 win was the new playing surface at Mollenkopf Stadium, which saw its first game action after a ribbon-cutting ceremony.


"We missed a lot of the pomp and circumstances because we were in the locker room, but we're thrilled to death with the field,'' Harding coach Thom McDaniels said.

The Raiders played like it, especially early. They scored touchdowns on each of their first three possessions and led 21-0 halfway through the first quarter. The Eagles got within seven points, 21-14, in the second quarter but never really threatened the Raiders.

Herron scored on runs of 3, 2 and 3 yards. The junior finished with 180 yards on 18 carries.

"It was fun to be on something new,'' Herron said. "The fans came out and supported us and we played good on our first time playing on the field, so we got what we wanted.''

Glover, a junior making his first start at quarterback, had touchdown runs of 21 and 15 yards and threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to fullback Reggie Scrivens. Glover ran for 162 yards on 11 carries. Seven of his rushes went for 10 yards or more.

"Everybody wanted to see what the new field would be like,'' Glover said. "It felt good running on it, it didn't hurt when you got hit and there was no mud. The little (pieces of) tire got in your face, but it was all right. Overall, it's a great field. It will be good here for years.''

Glover and Herron are the key components in Harding's newly installed option attack.

"That's why we committed to it in the offseason,'' McDaniels said. "It was the thought that we had two playmakers there - one guy who touches the ball every snap he's in there and the other guy who gets it an awful lot.''

Sophomore backup Avery Qualls and junior wideout Chris Rucker accounted for the Raiders' other touchdown on a 68-yard catch and run.

Harding senior placekicker Alena Westover converted all seven of her PAT attempts.

Harding wasn't as effective defensively, despite sacking JFK quarterback Demonte Clements five times. When the Raiders didn't tackle Clements, the elusive and strong-armed senior made them pay. He was 13-of-28 for 333 yards and three touchdowns. The scoring passes covered 41, 50 and 27 yards and senior wideout Tyrone Bolden was on the receiving end each time.

"I think it's very obvious that we have to do a better job of defending the pass,'' McDaniels said. "They threw the ball down the field and I don't think that we did a great job in coverage all the time. I think we had some blown coverages. I think we had some misalignments and miscommunication.

"It certainly gives us something to work on.''

But the new turf was the star. Harding athletic director Paul Trina said before the game the school hopes to be able to draw an Ohio High School Athletic Association state semifinal to Mollenkopf this season.

But for now, the surface belongs to the Raiders.

"It felt good just being out there in front of the fans,'' senior linebacker JoJo Watson said. "I know the fans loved the field and it felt good running on it. It's something new.'' [email protected]
photo.jpg
 
Upvote 0
Top