I am not taking much into the Glasgow is starting if we play today but if he is good enough to be a 2nd or 3rd string tackle ... and Mone is your 3B along with Glasgow (3A) and or Hurst (2nd string) and or Pipkins (1st string) do you redshirt him? I say yes.
This is not like Pipkins freshman year situation when we lacked depth and we were forced to play a 300 lb freshman out of need.
The 1T are Pipkins/Hurst/Glasgow
The 3T are Henry/Wormley/Godin
Not sure where Strobel is anymore - he came in as a DE but seems to be a DT nowadays but a 4th string.
Assuming Mone is not your 1st string and is about the same talent wise as a freshman as a RS SO (Glasgow) and RS FR (Hurst) respectively, I don't see why you waste a redshirt year on a guy who will get 10-12 snaps a game when you have an equivalent older player. I'd rather have a RS SR beast down the road.
This is not the same philsophy I hold for the Shane Morris' of the world who need to be ready at a moments notice to go into the game as a 2nd stringer and thus makes zero sense to RS. But what would you do with Mone considering Hurst has that awesome first step and seems to be at minimum a 2nd stringer and if Glasgow is good enough to be the best NT for "1 day in practice" he should be fine playing 10-15% of the snaps as a 3rd stringer. In a pinch for a few snaps per game you could throw one of your 3Ts over to the 1T as well.
I know Pipkins is a * with an injury but I assume in the first 2-3 game Glasgow/Hurst get more reps than in game 6 when you assume Pipkins is going to get 50-60%. 2 of those first 3 games are also baby seals where any drop off from Hurst playing 12 more plays than he otherwise would is not going to kill us.
Eventual "everyone is truly healthy" lineup:
- Pipkins - 55% of snaps
- Hurst - 30% of snaps
- Glasgow - 15% of snaps