SAN TAN VALLEY -- A multisport high school athlete from San Tan Valley has signed a letter of intent to play football for the ASU Sun Devils.
Isaia Glass prepped at nearby Queen Creek High School where he played offensive and defensive line for the Bulldogs during his first two varsity seasons, compiling 85 tackles in his career. On offense Glass made a transition from tight end to tackle, solidifying the starting left tackle spot for Queen Creek.
Glass was a consensus three-star prospect according to all three major recruiting services. He soared in the recruiting rankings after a dominant senior season. He was tabbed by 247 Sports as the No. 60 offensive tackle prospect nationally and the No. 13 overall prospect in Arizona. ESPN ranked him as the No. 98 offensive tackle prospect in the country and the No. 13 overall prospect in the state. He was a three-star prospect according to Rivals.
"Intriguing offensive line prospect who is just scratching the surface of his potential," ASU coaches said in a press release. "He has worked extremely hard in the weight room to add weight to his frame, developing into one of the strongest lineman in the state."
The coaches said Glass' "unique athleticism and mobility for the position" make him a prime candidate for a lead blocker on screens and pulling in the run game.
"(Glass) takes pride in doing the dirty work, playing with an edge and demeanor that makes him a nightmare for opposing defensive lineman," the coaches said. "Utilizes a long reach and proper hand placement to control the defensive lineman without holding."
Glass is the son of Paul Glass, who played defensive line at Arizona State from 2000-01.