Central Florida cornerback Jacoby Glenn worked out for the New England Patriots and Houston Texans on Thursday, according Shannon Owens-Green of the Orlando Sentinel.
Glenn, projected as a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft later this month, declared after his redshirt sophomore season with the Knights.
In 2014, the 6-foot, 179-pound defensive back became first UCF player to be selected to an All-America team since running back Kevin Smith in 2007, and the first Knights defensive player to be on one since linebacker Bobby Spitulski in 1991.
Glenn finished the campaign with seven interceptions and 18 pass deflections on the way to named the American Athletic Conference’s defensive player of the year. He played in 25 career games over his final two years at UCF, ending his tenure with 100 total tackles, two sacks, nine interceptions, 26 pass deflections and three forced fumbles.
Glenn was invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in February, where he ran a 4.64 40-yard dash, a 6.97 three-cone drill, a 4.26 20-yard shuttle, and also posted a 34-inch vertical jump to go with a 123-inch broad.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was in attendance for the Knights’ pro day last week, where Glenn was on hand as well.