Glidden finished the game with 154 receiving yards — but had over 200 total yards — and scored three touchdowns. He also threw a 36-yard pass on a fake punt.
"You get the ball in his hands," Prestidge said. "However you can do it."
Not everything was bright for Glidden. In the second half, Glidden fumbled a punt and Westmoore (5-4) took possession inside the Broncos' 30-yard line. Three plays later, Glidden picked off Jaguars' quarterback Trevor Thompson and weaved his way 96 yards for his third touchdown of the game.
"What I like about him is when he does make a mistakes, he has amnesia toward it," Prestige said. "He just plays the next play.... There's a lot of really talented kids, when something goes bad, they duck their heads because they are so used to success. David doesn't do that."