Seneca native lands on Virginia Tech football staff

A Seneca native and 1995 Clemson graduate, Brad Glenn, is the new pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach for the Virginia Tech football team.  Announcement of Glenn’s hiring was made on a Hokies sports website.  Most recently, Glenn held similar positions at Georgia State and was a Broyles Award nominee as the top assistant coach in the country.  He developed skills to coach passing at every stop of his coaching career, perhaps, most notably QB Armanti Edwards at Appalachian State.  Edwards twice won the Walter Payton Award, as the top FCS player.  Glenn is married to the former Anna Thompson.  The Thompsons have a son, Hank, and two daughters, Zoey and Landry.