Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?
Trevin Wade: I think my greatest strengths are my vision on the field, my ability to see what is going on in front of me. Another great strength of mine is my technique.
Scott Porter: What goals do you have for yourself through the rest of your football career?
Trevin Wade: My main goal is to be the best player I can be. I feel I am one of those players who leads by examples and shows others around me what it takes to be a successful player. I want to carry and conduct myself in a way in which my teammates and others around me can follow in and be a role model for others.
Scott Porter: Is there a player in the NFL that reminds your of yourself or that you model your game after?
Trevin Wade: Champ Bailey of Denver and Charles Woodson of Green Bay because they have such good vision on the field. The vision they have is as if they were the QB. They read and react so well to plays. They both have a great knowledge for the game.
Scott Porter: What will you miss most about college football when you graduate from Arizona?
Trevin Wade: I would say what I will miss most is the different people I have met. You know how the NFL is more of a business and college you’re still a kid having fun and working hard! I will miss that aspect of college football. I will miss my friends on the team and in college you meet new friends on the field that you play against. I will miss the bonds I have established with my teammates and my opponents.
Scott Porter: Who has been your biggest influence throughout your playing days to this point?
Trevin Wade: My strength and conditioning coach. His name is Corey Edmund. He has been a spiritual mentor to me and many of my teammates. He has taught me how to carry myself off the field and how to work hard on the field. He has taught me what it takes to succeed. Coach Edmund has been a positive role model in my life and as acted as a father figure to me. He isn’t afraid to get one me, but always in a positive way when I need it. He helps me whenever I need something and I can always open up to him and go to him when I need someone.
Scott Porter: What has been your favorite memory at Arizona so far?
Trevin Wade: I would go with the memory I have of my sophomore year. We were playing USC who I grew up wanting to play for. On the 2nd play of the game I had an interception.
Scott Porter: What type of a player and person is an NFL team getting in Trevin Wade?
Trevin Wade: They are getting a person who has great character. I make good decisions and have a good head on my shoulders. I am a hard worker who is very dependable and during the good and bad times I am always there encouraging my teammates. I am a loyal person who is dedicated to be as good as I can be. As a player they are getting someone who is very coachable and am always giving 100% to make a big play. I play my role well and understand my assignments.
Scott Porter: What are your hobbies off the field?
Trevin Wade: I love hanging out at the Air Force academy. I like to hang out with the fighter pilots and such. I have always found that stuff very interesting. That is my number one hobby off the field no doubt. When I was a kid I wanted to be a fighter pilot before football. I also like to play video games, watch movies and shop online.
Scott Porter: How would you describe your style of play?
Trevin Wade: I would describe my style of play as a technique cornerback. I am always using my technique. I never get away from it as I always rely on it. I use my technique because it allows me to to be as perfect as possible playing the cornerback position. I never go away from using it. I feel I am a do it all cornerback in terms of coverage and my ability to tackle. I use technique to balance out my overall game.