While future-hall-of-famer Dwyane Wade is in the midst of his final season, basketball fans in Miami may still have a chance to watch a the Heat talent play.
While his father wraps up his career with the Heat, Zaire Wade is flourishing as a high school junior at Plantation American Heritage. In fact, he’s playing so well that as reported by Barry Jackson in the Miami Herald, the University of Miami is scouting the younger Wade.
While to this point, Zaire’s only scholarship offer is from the University of Nebraska, Dwyane told Jackson that the University of Miami is “interested” in his son and that they’ve watched him play in person. “There are a bunch of schools recruiting him,” added Wade.
Jackson also wrote that a coach on the youth basketball circuit described Zaire as “a combo guard — aggressive, can slash, athletic, has long arms. Has toughness. Great kid. He’s undersized a bit now to play [shooting guard], but it will be interesting to see him develop as his body grows.”
Currently listed at 6’2″ Wade has already made headlines online with his dunking ability.
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