A top prospect with body control and rare quickness. Explosive athlete who converts quickness to power. Can split a double team block, range to make plays and when he ripped and countered on his pass rush was virtually impossible to single block. Loved his intensity level , quicks, strength and know how. Plays on his feet. Drive through tackler. Was injured for much of the 2007 season, but has rare playing skills. Starts on day number 1.
2006: The anchor of the Tigers’ defensive line, he was a vital component of a unit that has allowed just 97.1 rushing yards per game ... Named a first-team All-American by several publications ... Finished the season as the Tigers’ third-leading tackler with 64 stops, including 8.5 for losses and three sacks despite being double-teamed most of the year ... Was named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week twice during the season ... Was first recognized for his performance against Arizona where he was credited with four tackles, including 1.5 in losses ... Was then honored following the Auburn game where he registered eight tackles, including three for losses, and 1.5 sacks ... Both his TFL and sack totals against Auburn marked career highs ... Turned in a career-high 11 tackles in the Tigers’ win over Ole Miss ... Had six tackles for loss in LSU’s first three games of the year.
2005: Played in 13 games with one start ... Was among LSU’s four-player rotation at defensive tackle ... Played behind and learned from a pair of All-American defensive tackles in Kyle Williams and Claude Wroten ... Finished season with 28 tackles, four tackles for loss and three sacks ... Posted a career-high 5 tackles to go with one tackle for a 1-yard loss against Vanderbilt.
2004: Talented rookie who made an immediate impact in 2004 ... Played in all 12 games with three starts ... Recorded 18 tackles and two tackles for 4-yards in losses from defensive tackle position ... Forced a fumble on first collegiate snap vs. Oregon State ... Got first career start vs. Mississippi State and responded with five tackles and a tackle for a 3-yard loss ... Had four tackles and one tackle for a 1-yard loss against Vanderbilt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rated among the nation's top defensive linemen and one of the top three prospects in Louisiana ... Named Louisiana's 4A Defensive Player of the Year and a first-team 4A all-state pick ... Despite being sidelined for three games with an ankle injury, registered 43 tackles (16 for losses), two sacks and one forced fumble as a senior ... Had a stellar junior year, making over 100 tackles (12 for losses) and 12 sacks.
PERSONAL: Full name is Glenn Jamon Dorsey ... Born Aug. 1, 1985, in Baton Rouge ... Parents are Glenn and Sandra Dorsey ... Has one sister, Joi ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in psychology and sociology ... Nickname is Putt, which was given to him at a very early age ... The name “Putt” came about because the only time he would get up and walk as an infant was when a Putt-Putt commercial would come on television ... Hometown of Gonzales is the Jambalaya (type of Cajun food) Capital of the World.