Rice played basketball for Michigan from 1985-1989. He became the school's all-time leading scorer with 2,442 points. He led Michigan to the National Championship in 1989, scoring a record 184 points in tournament play, a record that still stands. Rice was also part of the Associated Press All-America second-team, after averaging 25.6 points for the season, while shooting 58% from the floor and 52% from three-point range.
Glen Rice was drafted 4th overall in the 1989 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat.
Rice continues to rank among Michigan's all-time leaders in several statistical categories, including:
- 1st in career points (2,442)
- 1st in single season points (949 in the 1988-89 season)
- 1st in single season field goals made (363 in the 1988-89 season)
- 1st in single season field goal attempts (629 in the 1988-89 season)
- 1st in single season three point field goal percent (51.6% in the 1988-89 season)
- 2nd in career field goals made (1,003)
- 2nd in single season three-point field goals made (99 in the 1988-89 season)
#14 - Cazzie Russel
#15 - Rick Leach
#16 - Steve Hutchinson
#17 - Chris Webber
#18 - Ron Kramer
#19 - Sierra Romero
#20 -Trey Burke
#21 - Michael Phelps
#22 - Lamar Woodley
#23 - Dan Deirdorf.
#24 - Benny Friedman
#25 - Anthony Thomas
Disclaimer: This is not my poll. This is a collection of polls taken by MGoUsers. Credit goes to Wikipedia for the info. If you're upset by these rankings, don't be. Everything is going to be okay. But feel free to let me know why I'm an idiot in the comment section.