At this point, everyone knows the story of Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin.
From a seemingly unknown walk-on to splitting time with Rob Bolden, it all finally ended with a record breaking 2012 season that was capped off by winning the Burlsworth Award.
The past five years have been quite a journey for the quarterback from Scranton, Pa.
Has that journey ended yet?
Two years ago, no one would have wondered whether McGloin would ever play on Sundays. However, after leading the B1G in passing and breaking records in Happy Valley, things have changed.
There are still some holes in his game, beginning with his 6’1” stature and his struggles throwing an accurate deep ball. However, McGloin has shown that he is very coachable and dedicated, and he obviously possesses the mental capacity to run Bill O’Brien’s offense.
Here are the three best scenarios for the Penn State quarterback come April 2013.