BBD Staff Writer: Ryan Talbot
The second installment of Buffalo Bills Draft’s six-part Sophomore Spotlight series focuses on 2012 second-round draft selection and starting left tackle Cordy Glenn.
Selected Round 2, Pick 41 from University of Georgia
Offensive line was one area that the Bills were looking to upgrade in the 2012 NFL draft, and many felt Buffalo would select an offensive tackle in round one. However, it was in the second round of the draft that Cordy Glenn fell right into the Bills’ lap.
Glenn started 50 games over his four seasons at Georgia, which tied a team record for most starts on the offensive line with Clint Boling. In his career at Georgia, Glenn played 28 games at left guard, 18 games at left tackle and four games at right guard.