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Rice making a name for himself

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This won't come as a big surprise: Glen Rice is one of the top shooters in the Southeast.
There is a catch though. The Glen Rice being talked about isn't the one you are thinking about. The Glen Rice in discussion is the son of the former NBA player of the same name.
Glen Rice, Jr., a 6-foot-4, 175-pound shooting guard from Walton High School in Marietta, Ga., will be a player that coaches from all levels take a long look at this AAU season.
If he continues to play, and shoot, like he did last weekend at the Columbus Riverfest, there will be a steady stream of coaches there to see him in every game he plays.
"This is it, it's my last AAU season. I'm trying to look good and I'm trying to go out strong," Rice said.
So far, so good. Rice was the most consistent player for the Georgia Stars last weekend and was the top scorer. Rice said he enjoyed the event from an evaluation standpoint of himself and his teammates.
"I thought it helped us. I thought it let us know where were are and what we need to work on," Rice said. "My jump shot was on that tournament. I thought I played pretty well on defense, a lot better than I usually play."
Recruiting is "going good," Rice says. He said he has heard from Clemson, Miami, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Georgia, Florida State, Toledo, Cincinnati, Arizona, Bradley and an offer from Tennessee Tech.
"I'm open. Everybody is equal. No one has really stood out to me yet. The only thing that stands out is Clemson's locker room," Rice said with a laugh. "That's about it."
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