Trevin Wade, CB

School: Arizona  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Round Rock, TX
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 192 lbs.
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04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Browns' drafts: Round 7/245 - Trevin Wade, CB, 5-10, 192, Arizona...He can play the nickel and will be used on special teams. - The Sports Xchange

03/20/2012 - Arizona Pro Day: Cornerback Trevin Wade elected not to do any of the timed drills Monday after a solid performance at the Combine. I've been told by scouts that we're ranking Wade too low on our current cornerback rankings but only a handful of the "30 or so" scouts and coaches on hand for Arizona's Pro Day elected to wait until the end of the workout to watch Wade's positional drills. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

03/06/2012 - SCOUTS IDENTIFY 5 UNDERRATED COMBINE PERFORMERS: CB Trevin Wade, Arizona: While officially credited with just a 4.59 time in the 40-yard dash, Wade was surprisingly cited by several league sources as having a strong Combine workout. Scouts mentioned Wade's fluidity in timed drills (4.0 seconds in the short shuttle) and position drills as more important indicators of his underrated cover-corner skills than his time in 40-yard dash. Wade was inconsistent at Arizona but finished his career on a high note with a strong senior campaign and is rated by some scouts among the top 100 prospects in the draft. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

10/20/2011 - SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: How bad has Arizona been early in games? The Wildcats have allowed at least 27 first-half points in each of the past three games. Arizona hasn't been a particularly aggressive outfit at least under coach Mike Stoops and has had trouble stopping the run (196.0 yards allowed per game) and the pass (291.7 yards per game). A lack of a pass rush from an inexperienced offensive line has exacerbated problems elsewhere on defense; no Wildcats player has a sack in the past five games. Pass rush might not be so key against UCLA's run-based Pistol offense, but the Wildcats are going to have to show more fortitude up the middle against the Bruins' downhill runs.PLAYERS TO WATCH: CB Trevin Wade suffered a shoulder injury against Oregon State, but is expected to be fine for the UCLA game on Thursday. He has been the team's best cover man this season, with one interception and seven pass break-ups, and he'll try to boost those numbers against UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince, who was intercepted three times in the first quarter against Texas earlier this season. - The Sports Xchange

08/11/2011 - To use the football vernacular, Arizona Wildcats cornerback Trevin Wade is a ballhawk. At least that used to be his reputation. He intercepted four passes as a freshman, despite very limited playing time. He followed with five picks as a sophomore starter. And then? Well, maybe Wade got a little too happy, a little too caught in the building hype before his junior season. He often struggled last season, losing his starting spot for one game. "It all gets back to preparation, and in my observation, the lack of it," said coach Mike Stoops. "The lack of preparation for a season and taking things for granted is something that can happen to even good people. For his part, Wade was re-dedicated in the spring, cutting down on mental mistakes and directing others in the secondary, secondary coach Ryan Walters said. "I think part of the problem was that Trevin got complacent in his performance from a year before," Walters said. "I talked to him before spring ball and said, ???You're capable of being a game-changing corner.' Last year was nothing that has to do with his ability. It is more to do with the intangible stuff. And that is the stuff where he grew this spring." Wade intercepted only one pass last season, although it was a game-changer - he returned it 85 yards for a touchdown against Iowa. "Last year was not what I expected," Wade said. "But you have mistakes and learn from it and it makes you a better player." "You play how you practice, so if you come out and practice 100 percent and give it your all and you come off the field tired, then when you come to the game, it will all be easy for you." - Anthony Gimino, The Tucson Citizen

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04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Browns' drafts: Round 7/245 - Trevin Wade, CB, 5-10, 192, Arizona...He can play the nickel and will be used on special teams. - The Sports Xchange

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