Pittsburgh head coach Dave Wannstedt, just 16-19 in his first three years at his alma mater, needs a winning season and a bowl bid, otherwise he might find his stay with the Panthers cut short. [details]
2007 (Senior): Enters his senior season having started in 31 consecutve games. Missed spring drills due to off-season shoulder surgery.
2005 (Junior): Winner of the Ed Conway Award given to Pitt's most improved players.
Personal: A two-way starter at Austintown Fitch. He played only four games as a senior due to a broken leg. All-Steel Valley. All-Inland District. He was selected to play in the Big 33 game in Hershey, PA. Ranked as one of the Top 40 prospects in Ohio by Rivals.com.
The Good: McGlynn is a tough, smart, versatile lineman who can be projected to guard, tackle or possibly even center at the NFL level. His natural strength, movement skills and balance, combined with his tenacity and love of the game, should give him an immediate chance to become a starter.
The Bad: He can struggle to handle speed rushers and must get his hands on those defenders quickly in an attempt to neutralize that speed. He also needs to show more explosiveness and pop in his drive blocks to be at NFL standards.
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