These days it's rare for a player to spend all four years in college. Many of this year's top draft prospects are juniors that are leaving college a year early without a degree.
In many ways it's a decision that makes sense since football is a violent sport where one injury could end your career, and players want the confidence of getting money for their play.
Cordy Glenn, though, was different in that he stayed all four years at Georgia. For the last three seasons, Glenn started and stayed healthy enough to play every game for the Bulldogs. Even back in his freshman season in 2008, Glenn started 10 of Georgia's 13 games.
Glenn has been consistent in his starts, and actually his 50 starts are tied for the most for an offensive lineman in school history.
The starting experience is one of those things that is invaluable for an NFL rookie since they already know the responsibility and expectations placed on a starter. This fact makes Glenn the rare rookie offensive lineman that could step in and start from Day 1.