Heads into preseason practice on top of the depth chart at quarterback ... Will be challenged for that spot ... Earned an edge with a very consistent spring ... Showed leadership ... Improved in the weight room ... Has a good understanding of the Tech offense ... Posseses the ability to make the proper reads and checks at the line of scrimmage ... Takes care of the football ... Has a good arm and can make the necessary throws ... Dressed for every game last season, while redshirting ... Was considered the top backup to Marcus Vick at quarterback, but was only scheduled to see action if Vick was sidelined by an injury ... Did see action in four games in 2004 as a true freshman ... Doesn't have a lot of game experience, but that could change rapidly. 2005: Got a lot of reps in practice and stayed game-ready ... Asked to be held out of action and redshirted ... Bench pressed 350 pounds on the way to Iron Hokie honors during spring strength and conditioning tests ... Was 7-for-11 passing in first spring scrimmage for 44 yards ... Completed 8-of-21 passes for 96 yards in the second scrimmage ... Hit five passes in six attempts during the spring Maroon-White game for 36 yards. 2004: Played in four games, completing 8-of-11 passes for 137 yards and two touchdowns ... Saw his first collegiate action in the second game of the season, against Western Michigan ... Completed all four of his passes, including one to himself, for 79 yards ... His first pass went to Justin Harper for a 34-yard touchdown ... Later connected with Duane Brown for a 33-yard touchdown pass ... Played 40 snaps on offense against FAMU, directing two touchdown drives ... Completed 4-of-7 passes for 58 yards with a long of 26 yards ... Completed 7-of-17 or 38 yards with three interceptions in the Maroon-White game ... Recorded a 330-pound bench, a 410-pound back squat, a 285-pound power clean and a 36 1/2-inch vertical jump in spring testing. High School: Was named the District of Columbia Metropolitan Player of the Year for 2003 ... Led his team to the Virginia AAA Group 6 state championship as a senior ... Passed for 1,840 yards with 26 touchdowns and only four interceptions his senior season ... Also rushed for four TDs ... Earned All-America honors from both SuperPrep and PrepStar ... Ranked the No. 10 pro-style quarterback in the nation by Rivals ... Selected to The Washington Post All-Metro first team ... Was the first-team quarterback on the All-ACC Area Offensive Team selected by G&W Recruiting Report ... Rated No. 21 on the All Mid-Atlantic team picked by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report ... A first-team all-state selection by both the AP and coaches ... Accumulated over 4,800 yards passing during his career for Coach Tom Verbanic ... Ranks seventh all-time in the Virginia High School League in career touchdown passes with 67 ... Threw just 11 interceptions during his career ... Had over 1,700 passing yards as a junior ... Passed for 21 touchdowns that year and rushed for four ... Ranked the No. 4 player in the state by The Roanoke Times and the No. 3 player in the state by SuperPrep. Personal: Sean Benjamin Glennon ... Born 9/5/85 in Woodlands, Texas ... Son of John and Nancy Glennon ... Majoring in business.