2008 (Junior): Glynn competed in 10 games for the Aggies in 2008 at running back. On the season, Glynn carried the ball 66 times for 214 yards and caught seven passes for 74 yards. Against Alcorn State (10/4), Glynn had a season-high 65 yards on seven carries. At Idaho (10/25), he rushed for 37 yards on ten carries. Also against the Vandals, Glynn caught one pass for 20 yards. His 11 carries against Boise State (11/1) was a single-game high in 2008. His best game of the season receiving came against Louisiana Tech (11/22) when he caught two passes for 36 yards. Glynn had three games during the season that he rushed for over 30 yards.
2007 (Sophomore): Glynn was part of the Aggies’ 1-2 punch running game in 2007, as he played in 10 games, starting six. On the season, Glynn ran for 456 yards on 81 carries and recorded four rushing touchdowns. He also caught 24 passes for 171 yards. He was also a vital part of the Aggies’ kickoff return game, tallying seven returns for 116 yards on the season. Glynn recorded 24 points on the season, which was fourth on the team. In the season opener against Southeastern Louisiana (8/30), Glynn rushed for 73 yards on six carries, recording a season long run of 55 yards. He also tallied a season-high 47 return yards. Against New Mexico (9/8), Glynn ran for a career-high 92 yards on 10 carries, while also catching a career-high seven passes for 38 yards. Versus Idaho, he rumbled for 88 yards on the ground on 11 carries and scored two touchdowns. Against UTEP (9/15), Glynn ran for 59 yards on 11 carries. Glynn then suffered a high ankle injury against Nevada (11/2) that forced him to miss the Aggies’ final three games of the season. He did rush for 31 yards and a touchdown against the Wolf Pack before being injured.
2006 (Freshman): Glynn played in 10 games, starting two for NM State at running back. Throughout the first six games at defensive back, Glynn tallied two tackles, one assisted and one solo. He had a tackle against New Mexico (9/9) and Idaho (10/7). The last four games he switched to the other side of the ball at running back. He recorded 76 yards rushing on 21 carries and tallied seven passes for 39 yards while scoring a touchdown. Against San Jose State (11/1), he rushed for 66 yards from 14 carries, his longest carry was for 13 yards. He also caught five passes for 41 yards, while scoring a touchdown. In addition, Glynn was on special teams, as a kick-return specialist. He returned three kickoffs for 52 yards. Against Southeastern Louisiana (8/31) and Louisiana Tech (12/2), he caught one pass and ran for a season-high 19 yards.
High School: He played both running back and defensive back for Estacado High School. A starter since his freshman season, He earned all-district his senior season, while also playing in the West Texas All-Star game. As a freshman, Glynn was named the conference newcomer of the year. He also competed in Track & Field and earned a third-place finish in 2006 in the 100-meter dash.
Personal: He is the son of Tonny and Sarah Glynn. He plans to major in management.
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