UCF has experienced quite the makeover over the past three weeks and the changes continue.
Redshirt sophomore Jacoby Glenn will enter the 2015 NFL Draft. The defensive back announced his decision to declare on Instagram early Tuesday morning, thanking UCF for the experience but saying it's time to "take my talent to the next level."
Glenn declared for the draft after coming off a decorated season. He started in each of the Knights' 13 games and recorded 48 tackles and seven interceptions on the season. Glenn was also named to the Associated Press All-America Second Team which made him the first All-American Knight since 2007.
He earned the American Athletic Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year Award, sharing the honor with Memphis linebacker Tank Jakes, and made the All-AAC first team as well. The award made Glenn the first freshman or sophomore in UCF history to win a conference offensive or defensive player of the year award.
Jazmyne Hankerson is the sports editor for the Central Florida Future. Find her on Twitter @AsToldByJLee or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.