The league announced the reserves today for the all-star game that will be held in Loveland, Colo.
Youds is tied for first among all ECHL defensemen with 26 points. Youds has scored four goals and dished out a team-high 22 assists.
Youds, 24, is in his second full season. The Minnesota native is in his first year with the Walleye.
Glendening, 23, is a native of Grand Rapids, Mich. and was a captain at the University of Michigan.
The Walleye have no starters in the all-star game that will feature the Colorado Eagles taking on the ECHL All-Stars.