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Draft Scout Myles Wade News
01/16/13 - DT Myles Wade was signed by the Seahawks Tuesday to a contract for 2013. He ended the season on the team's practice squad.
06/06/12 - DT Myles Wade was waived by the Buccaneers.
05/10/12 - DT Myles Wade was waived to make room for WR Tiquan Underwood but quickly re-signed after Da'Quan Bowers tore his right Achilles.
03/14/12 - Wednesday's pro day festivities at Portland State felt a little weird to Olaniyi Sobomehin. In 2008, Sobomehin, a PSU graduate, laid the groundwork for an eventual contract with the New Orleans Saints by impressing NFL scouts with a solid showing at Portland State's pro day. Now, four years later, the 6-foot-1 running back was back on the same field trying to strike gold again. "I'm just really hoping to get myself in front of the scouts again and show them that I can play," he said. "I've been out for a couple of seasons so I'm trying to remind them who I am. ... It's kind of weird but it's comfortable." Sobomehin was the oldest of the 17 NFL hopefuls who braved a cold, wintry March day for a shot at convincing one of the 14 scouts on hand that they could play at the next level. The majority of the group were Portland State players who wrapped up their eligibility last season. They were joined by Sobomehin, two other former Vikings football players, one former Vikings basketball player and three prospects from small colleges. After being weighed and measured, players had a chance to be measured in the broad and vertical jumps, the bench press, the 40-yard dash, the 20-yard shuffle and the L-cone drill. Perhaps the day's most impressive numbers were put up by Vikings defensive tackle Myles Wade. Weighing in at 311 pounds, Wade shattered his personal marks in the bench press and vertical jump with 42 reps and 35.5 inches. Wade said he has been working out every day in an effort to improve and convince NFL scouts his freak athleticism can translate to the NFL. "Even though my numbers may have shown that I had an awesome day, the drive inside of me is telling me that's it still not good enough," he said. - The Oregonian