Posted On: 12/14/18 9:50 AM

Ryan Wade knows how to be great. He watched his brother, Brandon Wade, become one of the best players in Michigan and earn a scholarship to Duquesne. Now Ryan Wade is blazing his own path. The 6'3" senior shooting guard from Ann Arbor Skyline has seen his rankings rise over the past 6 months. He has now put himself among the elite players in Michigan and squarely into the discussion for Michigan's Mr. Basketball. Through hard work and dedication, Wade has gone from a torn ACL as a freshman, to being one of the best players in Ann Arbor basketball history. 

Wade really started his rise up the prospect rankings last season. He was a key member of a 23-1 Ann Arbor Skyline team, the best in school history. Wade averaged 13.6ppg and 2.6apg. He helped Skyline win an SEC title, a District Championship, and a trip to tbe Regional Championship game. Wade was a member of the 1st Team Ann Arbor Area Dream Team. 

After his final high school campaign, Ryan Wade is set to step into Division 1 college basketball. He is committed to Holy Cross where his will join crosstown rival Drew Lowder (Ann Arbor Pioneer). Wade and Lowder joined forces this summer, playing grassroots basketball together

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