One of the glue guys of this very talented Hargrave team, Mardracus Wade (#94 Scout, #103 Rivals, Unranked ESPN) shows below average size for the shooting guard position and a narrow frame, but makes up for that with strong athleticism and a terrific motor.
Wade's calling card right now is on the defensive end, where he shows excellent lateral quickness and terrific intensity staying in front of his matchup and putting pressure on the ball. He's an unselfish player who is willing to make the extra pass and do the dirty work for his team, but is a bit limited on the offensive end. Wade sports inconsistent shooting mechanics and a very flat looking stroke, being capable of making spot-up jumpers from time to time, but not looking all that confident in his ability to do so. He has very nice quickness in the open floor but could definitely stand to improve his ball-handling skills and shot-creating ability in the half-court.
Wade looks like a good fit for the style of play that is typically found in the SEC, and should develop into a nice role player for the Razorbacks.