Dorsey, 6'2, 300lbs out of Louisiana State University was noted before the draft as the guy with the highest chance to make the pro bowl the quickest. For a big guy Dorsey has good speed, and a powerful first step off the snap. His strength is a huge key for him; through college Dorsey was extremely fundamental, which should lead to good things for him in the pros.
In college at LSU Dorsey began his freshman season by playing in 11 games, starting 3 times at LDT. He had 28 tackles his freshman year, with 16 of them solo. During the 2006 season, Dorsey was an All American first team selection and also an All SEC conference selection. During that season Dorsey started all 13 games, starting at both left tackle, and also on the right side. He compiled 64 tackles, and 3 sacks. During the 2007 season Glenn had 69 tackles, causing one fumble and deflecting three passes. In his total career at LSU, 51 games, 30 starts- Dorsey compiled 170 tackles, 13 sacks, and QB pressures. He also added a fumble recovery and four deflected passes.
In High School, at East Ascension in Gonzalez Louisiana Dorsey was rated as one of the top DL in the nation. He was named to Parade Magazine's All American team, and was an All South first team selection, according to Fox Sports Net. During Dorsey's senior season, one in which he missed three games due to injury, he recorded 43 tackles, 2 sacks and forced a fumble.
The question mark for Dorsey is how healthy will he stay? He has had injury questions in the past, but let's hope, and the Chiefs hope those are behind him. His past injury problems seem to just be hamstring problems, so those seem to pop up in most professional athletes, so we say Dorsey will stay healthy, and the big man will help the Chiefs defense, as early as 08!