Rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN ... ESPN lists him as the No. 11 overall running back prospect in the nation for the 2019 class, as well as the No. 181 overall prospect and the No. 27 prospect in the state of Texas.
High School: Played for coach Gary Joseph at Katy HS ... Dominated during his final three seasons of high school football, amassing 4,964 rushing yards and 82 rushing touchdowns on 534 carries ... First-team All-State by both the Associated Press Sports Editors and the Padilla Coaches Poll ... Also a unanimous first-team All-District 19-6A-I pick and the district’s overall MVP ... A first-team All-Greater Houston pick ... Selected to compete in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl, where he announced his commitment to play at Oklahoma State ... As a junior he earned third-team all-state honors via the Texas Sports Writers’ Association and was first-team All-District ... Averaged 9.3 yards per carry in his career, including a career-high 10.4 average as a sophomore in 2016 ... Logged 184 carries for 1,912 yards and scored 30 rushing touchdowns as a sophomore ... Crossed the 100-yard mark in 10 of 13 games for Katy in 2016, including four games where he rushed for at least 245 yards ... Scored multiple rushing touchdowns on nine occasions ... Logged 12 rushing touchdowns over a three-game stretch his sophomore season... Posted a career-high five rushing touchdowns against Morton Ranch ... Rushed for a career high 284 yards and three touchdowns against Fort Bend Travis in 2016... Rushed for 1,101 yards on 125 carries and 21 touchdowns as a junior ... Crossed the 100-yard mark five times as a junior, including a 211-yard, five- touchdown outing against Morton Ranch ... Demolished Texas defenses as a senior, rushing for 1,951 yards and 30 touchdowns ... Surpassed 100 yards rushing in nine of Katy’s 13 games as a senior ... Erupted for 397 yards and two touchdowns on 37 carries in Katy’s 31-28 victory over Atascocita ... Followed up his career-high output with his third career five-touchdown game against Aguilas Blancas IPN Mexico, adding 203 yards on just 10 carries in Katy’s 63-0 shutout victory... Surpassed the 200-yard rushing mark in back-to-back weeks against Tompkins and Morton Ranch, rushing for 221 and 226 yards, respectively ... Led Katy to 33 victories over his final three seasons ... Helped the Tigers make an appearance in the Texas UIL 6A D1 semifinals ... Chose OSU over nearly every other top-flight program in the country, including schools such as Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas, Georgia, Florida State, Michigan, LSU, Miami, USC, Oregon, Washington, Texas A&M and many others.
Personal: Born Oct. 14, 2000 … Son of Dandrick Glass and Sherall Bonner.