Florida State clearly made an impression on 4-star quarterback prospect Brock Glenn over the weekend.

Glenn spent the weekend in Tallahassee, less than 3 weeks since officially earning an offer from the Seminoles.

After the visit, Glenn met with local media and shared his thoughts on how this weekend has impacted his recruitment.

“It was great,” Glenn said of the visit, via 247Sports. “Relationships are important to me and that’s what they are all about. A lot of places say they are all about family, you can feel it here. That was very important to me. It was great. My family and I loved it. Couldn’t have gone better. We’re super thankful for them having us and believing in me.”

Florida State already has a commitment in the class of 2023 from 4-star quarterback prospect Chris Parson. However, Parson is expected to take a visit to Mississippi State later this summer, so that could change how FSU is handling this quarterback class.

Parson and Glenn are both headed to the Elite 11 Finals later this summer and are both highly-touted prospects. Glenn is the No. 20 quarterback in the country for this cycle, per 247Sports Composite rankings.

Regardless of how Glenn’s recruitment pans out, it seems the Seminoles did well with their opportunity to impress him.

“Coming in, I was iffy,” Glenn admitted, via 247Sports. “I didn’t know how the situation was, where I stood with them. But after this visit, it was awesome. And for an official visit, I don’t think you can go wrong. Obviously take in a lot of information. Pros, cons. Stuff like that. Weigh them out at the end. But it definitely helped a lot.”

Glenn is scheduled to visit Ohio State this weekend and then hopes to make a final decision prior to the Elite 11 Finals in late June.