17 Dec 2000: Jerry Rice #80 of the San Francisco 49ers walks off the field during the game against the Chicago Bears at the 3Com Park in San Francisco, California. The 49ers defeated the Bears 17-0.Mandatory Credit: Jed Jacobsohn /AllsportChandler (Ariz.) Hamilton three-star wide receiver Brenden Rice is the son of NFL legend Jerry Rice, but he is carving out his own football legacy. The younger Rice has offers from over 20 schools.Tonight, he cut that list virtually in half. Rice is down to 11 schools, though he did add that his recruitment is still open to new suitors.Currently, Rice’s top 11 consists of Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Oregon, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC and Washington State.“In God’s hands. Thank you to the schools that have recruited me so far and my Recruitment is still open to All. AGTG,” Rice wrote in his announcement on Twitter. In God’s hands. Thank you to the schools that have recruited me so far and my Recruitment is still open to All. AGTG💯 ✝️ pic.twitter.com/kEAPZzKorS— Brenden (@BrendenRice) June 4, 2019The 6-foot-3, 208-pound Rice most recently visited Oregon in the spring. He is the No. 12 prospect in the state of Arizona, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.Rice is also the No. 69 wide receiver in the 2020 class.As a junior, he caught 49 passes for 729 yards and 11 touchdowns. Two years ago as a sophomore, he made 25 receptions for 559 yards and seven scores.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by David Friend, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 9, 2015 8:47 am MDT Landlords buy 11 Target Canada leases for $138 million TORONTO – Leases for eleven properties that are winding down as Target Canada stores have been sold back to landlords for $138 million before taxes.Documents filed with an Ontario court outline details of the sales to Oxford Properties Corp. and Ivanhoe Cambridge, which received court approval last week.The price was kept under wraps by the court to ensure it didn’t influence the sales of other Target Canada properties that were under negotiation.Some of the 11 leases include property at the Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga, Ont., Place Laurier in Quebec, Oakridge Centre in Vancouver, and Kingsway Mall, Edmonton.Target Corp., the parent company headquartered in Minneapolis, Mn., announced in January that it would shutter its 133 stores across the country after determining it would take years to turn a profit.The decision set into motion court proceedings that have, so far, overseen the liquidation of its stores, and will also determine what happens to outstanding property leases and money owed to creditors.Store leases will return to the landlords once the Target locations close.