"I've always thought of David in Josh Cooper's class,” Mustang coach Ty Prestidge said when asked how Glidden compares to some other top receivers to play for the Broncos. "He might be a little faster than Josh. They both have an uncanny ability to get out of breaks, to set defensive backs up. We like to say we coached it, but it's just natural with those two guys.”
Glidden still has a couple more weeks to rest his shoulder, but he's anxious to get back to work, improving himself for his senior season at Mustang, and then the college game.
Glidden didn't drop many balls last season, but the ones he did stuck with him.
"I want to get quicker, and I want to work on my explosiveness and my speed in the open field. My hands are the biggest thing, though,” he said. "I had a couple drops last year that still stick out in my head.
"I don't want to drop any passes this year.”