2007 Scouting Report: Enters his fourth season as a starter at right offensive tackle...has made 31 consecutive starts heading into his final year...also has played in every game (35) the past three seasons...that experience level will make him a valuable cornerstone for Pitt, both on the offensive line and from a team standpoint...also serves as the Panthers' long snapper for field goals and extra points...missed spring drills due to surgery on his left shoulder...offseason focus has been on rehabilitation to ensure a return for the start of the '07 campaign.
2006: Started all 12 games at right tackle and was also Pitt's snapper for field goals and extra points.
2005: Started all 11 games at right tackle...also served as the long snapper for field goals and extra points...earned the Ed Conway Award, annually presented to the team's most improved players during spring drills, for the second consecutive year.
2004: Locked down the starting right tackle assignment in midseason...played in all 12 contests, starting the last eight games...made his first career start Oct. 9 versus Temple...long snapper for field goals and extra points...recipient of the Ed Conway Award as one of the most improved players during the spring. 2003: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: A starting offensive tackle and defensive end at Austintown Fitch, McGlynn played in only four games as a senior due to a fractured fibula...All-Steel Valley...selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic...SuperPrep All-Midwest Team...PrepStar All-Midwest Region...rated one of Ohio's top 40 prospects by Rivals.com...played under Coach Carl Pelini...earned three football letters...also an All-Steel Valley performer and two-year letterman in baseball.
Personal: Michael Ryan McGlynn, born 3/8/85, is the son of Michael and Terry McGlynn...has one brother and one sister...administration of justice major.
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