During the recruiting season, the actual process of getting recruited can take a lot of curious twists and turns. One such turn involved Myles Wade, a 6-foot-3, 318-pound defensive tackle from Portland, Ore., who is finishing up his AA degree and is getting ready to sign with a Division-1 school this coming Wednesday.
January 30, 2009
2008 was a rough year for Myles Wade. In October, he was told by the college he committed to out of high school that he wasn't good enough. Recently his mother Lori passed away after a lengthy illness. He wasn't sure where he was going to finish out his education. The former U.S. Army All-American had to start back up from square one, with little idea of how he'd get back to the top.
January 25, 2009
Two years ago at this time, Myles Wade had just played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and was set to sign with the University of Oregon. After academic hurdles temporarily sidelined his collegiate football future, Wade is back and the five-star defensive tackle is hearing from three big-time schools in the hopes of landing his signature on a scholarship letter
January 19, 2009
The West's top defensive end commits and the coaching shakeup at Tennessee reaches the Golden State, where two California JC prospects have their commitments affected, while a couple more Las Vegas natives make their commitments, this week in the West Recruiting Notebook...
November 6, 2008
This morning Myles Wade of Portland Oregon, who is one of the Nations Top Ranked Junior College Transfers, made it known that his commitment to play for the Oregon Ducks next season is no longer in place. Wade is a 5-Star rated linemen and at 16 years of age was the top selection of the Oregon Ducks in the class of 2007 but had to complete a 2-year associate degree first.
November 4, 2008