- Brampton, ONT, CANHometown
- Notre Dame PrepHigh School
- 230 lbsWeight
- —Overall Rank
- 29Position Rank
- Jun 9, 2011
- Grandy Glaze picks St. Louis
- According to Notre Dame Prep head coach Ryan Hurd, former UNLV signee Grandy Glaze has committed to St. Louis for next season.
Glaze was granted a release from his letter of intent to Vegas when coach Lon Kruger left to take over the Oklahoma program.
South Florida and the new staff at Providence were also after the 6-foot-6 Canada native. Glaze has a college body already and should provide the Billikens with immediate rebounding help next season.
He joins 7-footer John Manning in head coach Rick Majerus' 2011 class.
- Apr 22, 2011
- Grandy Glaze seeks release from UNLV
- The Las Vegas Sun reported on Thursday that 6-foot-6 forward Grandy Glaze has requested a release from the letter of intent he signed with UNLV.
Glaze, a native of Brampton, Ont., inked with the Rebels and former head coach Lon Kruger. Kruger left to take the Oklahoma job earlier this month.
"I think he just thought about it, regarding the coaches that recruited him originally, and he's pretty close to them and they left," his AAU coach Mike George told the paper. "The new coach hasn't had a chance to see him, so it might be better to move on, go through it all again. I think he just wants to open it up, make sure he's comfortable with the coaches in place."
George went on to say that Glaze would still consider the Rebels and new head coach Dave Rice. The paper also reported that Rice would grant his request and release him.
- Mar 16, 2010
- Rebels land first in 2011
- Power forward Grandy Glaze (Brampton, Can./ Proctor Academy) jumped onto the high-major radar screen last summer as Team Takeover Canada toured the United States during the spring and summer grassroots seasons and on Sunday he committed to UNLV.
"I have been out to UNLV the last two years in a row for their elite camp and I just loved the school and the coaches," Glaze told ESPN.com's Adam Finkelstein.
According to his coach, Mike George, Glaze should fit in well with coach Lon Kruger's system.
"They liked him because he can play on the wing and also at the four position," George said.
High-major schools like West Virginia, Florida, Providence, Iowa State, South Florida and Maryland to also show interest in Glaze.