Brett Wade excited to get A&M jumpstart 

November, 1, 2012
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Brett WadeWilliam Wilkerson/ESPN.com Texas A&M four-star linebacker commit Brett Wade has excelled for Kennedale (Texas) High School and can't wait to enroll at Texas A&M in the spring.
Since Kennedale (Texas) High School reached the district portion of its schedule, the defense has been good. Really good.

Texas A&M commit Brett Wade has been a part of that dominance. The four-star inside linebacker led off district play with a three-interception game against Springtown (Texas) High School on Oct. 12, a 48-17 win for Kennedale. In the last two games, the Wildcats haven't allowed a single point and in the last three games, they've outscored their opponents 193-17.

"It's been going really good, honestly," Wade said. "The last two games we've played, the total offense between [our opponents] is 8 yards. In all of district, which is three games, we've forced 13 turnovers."

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