Ray's football coach Lou DiRienzo thinks he will be one of the best players in New York State next year.
"I don't think there is any question Ray Rice will be the best player in the
Westchester-Rockland county area and one of the best in New York State next
So far Syracuse, Connecticut, and Rutgers are the schools showing the most interest
in Ray right now. Ray is 5-foot-8, 190-pound RB/DB that ran for 1,332 yards and
11 touchdowns this season. He rushed for 167 yards and 2 touchdowns in New
Rochelle's 32-6 victory over Webster Schroeder in the New York State AA football
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