Kaiden Rice has a 6'10' wing span and range out to the volley ball line. In fact, his frame is similar to that of former NBA star Eddie Jones. It's easy to say the basketball tools are there, and on top of that, Rice carries a 4.0 GPA.

That's right, great size, great length, and a true shooting guard with grades. He should be a college's dream recruit. So far that has been the case as the majority of schools who have come to see him have really started perusing him.

Rice's run started last year, during the Grassroots Tip Off Classic LIVE. In that event, Rice averaged 20 points per game, going for over 26 twice. In fact, throughout multiple Phenom Hoops' LIVE events in 2015, Rice range off 8+ threes made, 4 times.

He continued this onslaught throughout the 2015 Summer AAU season. After his play at the Phenom Champions Showcase we wrote, 'Once the game started, Rice left no doubt about his ability to play. Rice averaged a smooth twenty (20) points per game through five (5) games in the event. From the moment the game started Rice showed that he was wired to score. Rice showed comfort and ability at all three (3) levels. When in transition he attacked the basket and finished above the rim. In the half-court, he showed a good pull-up jump shot going right. From range, he showed he is a good knock down shooter from beyond the arc.'

Playing in his first full season on varsity, this past year, Rice led his Ridge View High School team in scoring. His team finished 16-9 (6-4 in region) and made it to the state playoffs. Rice averaged 14 points and 6.5 boards per game, shooting a great percentage from beyond the arc.

Rice already carries an offer from American University, while getting heavy interest from Wofford, ECU, Citadel, Appalachian State, St Joseph's, and Charleston Southern. He has also had Princeton and Columbia recently reach out to him as well. That is a pretty expansive list, however its uniqueness matches the unique nature of his game.

Expect this offer list to continue to grow, as well as the schools actively recruiting him. All of this will start at the Spring Hoops Fest LIVE April 16-17. Don't miss the boat early, the second weekend may be too late in the game.