Glenn Foley

Pro Day

2021 Honoree:
Dino Hall

Golf & Reception

Advertising Opportunities
Program Ads
Sponsor Options

Past Honorees
Bill Ray Barnes
Greg Buttle
Deron Cherry
Andre Collins
Mike Devlin
Glenn Foley
Irving Fryar
Ron Gassert
William Green
Bill Gordon
Al Harris
Franco Harris
Dwight Hicks
Bryant McKinnie
Lydell Mitchell
Kareem McKenzie
Mike Quick
Shaun Phillips
Gregg Rakoczy
Isaac Redman
Dave Robinson
Mike Rozier
Tony Sacca
Ed Smith
Irv Smith
Art Still
Troy Vincent

Other Information
Deerwood C.C.
Fun at Pro Day 2007
Fun at Pro Day 2005
Fun at Pro Day 2004
Fun at Pro Day 2003
Fun at Pro Day 2002
Pro Day Committee

Contact Pro Day


Glenn Foley is the honoree for Mt. Holly Pro Day 2006.  Born October 10, 1970, Glenn attended Cherry Hill East high school in New Jersey. His talents landed him a full scholarship to Boston College where he was a four-year starting quarterback for the BC Eagles.

Foley led BC to the Hall of Fame Bowl in 1992 and to the Carquest Bowl in 1993. He captured Big East and ECAC Player of the Year honors in 1993, and played in the Hula Bowl and East-West Shrine Game that same year.

Glenn ranks second on BC's career passing yardage list with 10,039 yards (trailing only Doug Flutie) and first on its career list for touchdown passes with 72. New York Jets

He was drafted by the New York Jets in the 7th round of the 1994 NFL Draft. Glenn went on to start and captain the New York Jets.

He played six years in the NFL—four with the New York Jets and two with the Seattle Seahawks.

Achievements and awards...

  • Big East and ECAC Player of the Year honors in 1993
  • Earned Bulger Lowe Award as the top player in New England in 1993
  • Inducted into Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame 2005
  • Established the Glenn Foley WINGS Foundation to heighten awareness of PKD and Organ Donation (

Glenn FoleyGlenn and his wife Jen founded The Glenn Foley WINGS Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works pro-actively to heighten awareness and education of Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and organ donation. Glenn’s mother Sue has been battling PKD since 1971. PKD causes cysts to develop on the kidneys, causing them to enlarge, thereby hindering the kidney’s filtering ability. In 1998, Sue received a kidney transplant from her husband Ed.

The Glenn Foley WINGS Foundation is working to build a partnership of leaders, joined by a committed group of volunteers, to provide financial support for education and research aimed at finding a cure for PKD. For more information regarding WINGS please visit

We salute Glenn for his continued involvement both on and off the field and are proud to have him as the Mt. Holly Pro Day Honoree for 2006. 


2015, Bill Gordon Mt. Holly Pro Day
c/o Carmen A. Cella
9 Hopewell Avenue
Lumberton, NJ  08048