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JUCO Lineman Glowinski Commits to WVU

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MORGANTOWN -

A week after visiting West Virginia's campus, Mark Glowinski has committed to the Mountaineers.

Th 6-foot-5, 290-pound offensive lineman played the past two seasons at Lackawanna Community College and had said following his official visit that he was down to WVU, UConn and Kansas State.

Glowinski has been talking with West Virginia's offensive line coach, Bill Bedenbaugh, for some time now and is excited by the things he hears about his role for the Mountaineers.

"He's just telling me he's really interested in me," Glowinski says of Bedenbaugh. "He's one of the first guys who started recruiting me, actually. I guess he followed my film form the season before, so he's shown interest in me for the whole year."

A 3-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Glowinski plays tackle, but also prides himself on his ability to switch to any position along the line. He's hoping that his versatility will lead to early playing time in Morgantown.

"A lot of schools say they play the best five, so I have a better chance to play if I can be at different positions," he says.

Glowinski will have three years to play two seasons at West Virginia.

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