But at 5-foot-9 Dade was considered too small to attract sustained interest from the top echelon of college football programs. Quarterbacks that size are far and few between in the upper echelon of collegiate programs. Even defensive backs that size are going the way of the buffalo in power conferences like the SEC
May 21, 2007
"It's hard for me to say whether he could play as a freshman. I don't know what they're going to be doing down there on defense, but he's a strong kid for his size. He's good in the weight room. In particular, he does a great job in the power clean.
February 8, 2007