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Dion Wade

Dion Wade hasn't been in America long, but it hasn't taken the 2013 small forward much time at Findlay Prep before he started picking up some serious high major attention.

Growing up and playing basketball in Belgium, Dion Wade hasn't been a name that many in the United States have been familiar with. But when the 6-foot-7, 180-pound 2013 small forward and son of former Michigan player Butch Wade made the move to the USA and enrolled at Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, high major schools were quick to start recruiting him. "I got the opportunity to come to Findlay...

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