Toronto’s Grandy Glaze is coming off the best season of his NCAA career with Grand Canyon University in NCAA’s D1 Western Athletic Conference.
Glaze posted career highs with the Lopes, averaging 13.6 points and 8.6 rebounds in just over 26 minutes per game. The big Canadian also took home the 2016 Riley Wallace Award, given to the top NCAA Division I college basketball transfer.The 6’6” forward has a phenomenal touch around the rim and finishes strongly.
You will get what you put in so just try your hardest pic.twitter.com/aE4rfOl3Iw
— Android 21 (@GrandyGlaze1) August 8, 2016
Glaze got some NBA attention after graduating, landing a tryout with the Philadelphia 76’ers. The Canadian is pursuing a professional career, and is confident he would be a strong addition to any team.
“My strongest attribute will always be my motor,” says Glaze. “I can last longer than guys. I’m in good shape, therefore my effort gets me to where I want to be. Energy like that is contagious on a team, I’m the kind of guy you love to have but hate to play against.”