Texas Tech Football: Potential 2016 QB Options

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Nov 15, 2014; Lubbock, TX, USA; The Texas Tech Red Raiders enter the field before the game with the Oklahoma Sooners at Jones AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Sam Glaesman, Waco, TX (unranked quarterback):

Glaesman finds himself in a situation similar to those of former Red Raider QB’s Sunny Cumbie, Cody Hodges, and B.J. Symons. He will have only one year as his team’s starting quarterback because he has spent the last two years as the backup to three-star 2015 SMU signee Ben Hicks.

For that reason, Glaesman has not received any official scholarship offers, but he has been hearing from Texas Tech. In fact, he has already been to Lubbock to see the Tech campus first hand.

From comments he made after the visit, it sounds like the 6’3”, 205-pound passer is high on what the Red Raiders can offer. He also expressed positive thoughts about Lubbock saying, “I think it would be a great hometown.”

Glaesman is in no rush to commit to any school. He is waiting to show his talents to schools this fall in hopes of impressing the right school. For now, Tech seems to be high on Glaesman’s list, but both parties are waiting to see how the fall unfolds until they move forward.

The list of potential targets with official Tech offers ends here, but there are more Texas schoolboy quarterbacks that might be possibilities for the Red Raiders.