Rice Football spring practices are in the books, but first we need to talk some basketball recruiting. It’s been a busy week for the offseason on both fronts.
It’s time to voice our final approvals and concerns following the conclusion of Rice football spring practices, including an initial review of the first outings of JT Daniels as the Owls’ QB1. But it’s not just football in the news right now. A string of recruiting success on the hardwood put Rice basketball into the spotlight in mid-April for a very good reason.
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Rice Basketball Recruiting heats up
- Rice has a higher rated recruiting class than … Texas
- Three new additions from the transfer portal should inject plenty of talent
- 2023-2024 roster looks really, really intriguing
Rice Football Spring Ball final thoughts
- JT Daniels as good as advertised
- Dean Connors and Juma Otoviano show out
- The new coaches are posting encouraging early returns
- The offensive line is a work-in-progress, but there’s some reasons that’s the case
- How worried should we be about the run defense?
- Who is going to step up behind Gabe Taylor at safety and when will we find out?
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