One of three returning 2004 starters in the offensive line, fifth-year senior Glen Oskin is No. 2 on Baylor's 2005 depth chart at left guard behind Yancy Boatner ... With 17 career starts along the Bears' offensive line, only McDonald has more starting experience than Oskin among Baylor players ... Received his telecommunications degree from Baylor in May 2005.
2004: Started last nine games at left guard as a junior after missing season's first two games with a knee injury sustained during fall camp ... Credited with 27 knockdowns in 496 offensive snaps to earn third Baylor letter ... Had season-high six knockdowns vs. No. 16 Texas A&M ... Played 504 total snaps ... Named to both the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2003: Saw action in 11 of Baylor's 12 games at left guard ... Started the season's final eight games ... Missed the UAB game ... Helped pave the way for Rashad Armstrong to become the school's first 1,000-yard rusher since 1995 ... Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Earned second varsity letter.
2002: Played in all 12 games as a reserve offensive lineman to letter for first time time.
2001: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Second Baptist High School, Houston ... Three-sport letterman was an all-state lineman as a senior when he led team to state title ... Team captain was also named all-district ... Lettered one year in basketball and four seasons in baseball ... All-district performer on the diamond helped team to runner-up state finish ... Honor roll student ... Coached by Lawrence Hutson at the District 4-4A TAPPS school.
Personal: The son of Pat Oskin, Glen Robert Oskin was born Dec. 1, 1982, in Houston ... Telecommunications graduate received his bachelor's degree from Baylor in May 2005 and will enroll in Baylor's sports management school as a graduate student ... Would like to go into sports broadcasting.