February 15, 2008
Wade traveling to A&M for Junior Day
Texas A&M secured it's first offensive line commitment in the class of 2009 yesterday in the person of Killeen offensive tackle Rhontae Scales. However, the Aggies need to fill out multiple spots at the position in this class, and have started issuing offers this week in the hopes of doing so quickly. In fact, a call to Dickinson head coach Warren Trahan revealed another prospect was on the verge of being offered.
Dickinson offensive lineman Ivory Wade could be getting an A&M offer soon, and will be in College Station visiting the Aggies for A&M's second Junior Day Saturday.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound Wade is gaining heavy interest from Texas A&M, Texas, LSU, Arizona, Kansas, Kansas State and Notre Dame.
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