Wade's junior year was by far his most successful one statistically, as he posted career bests in scoring (16.2 PPG), rebounding (6.2 RPG), assists (2.7 APG) and steals (1.5 SPG). The 6-10 forward managed all of those numbers while shooting an impressive 55.0 percent from the field, including 44 percent from beyond the arc. Wade is a true all-around producer, and on a team that returns their top-six leading scorers from a season ago, his environment will be perfectly suited to amass similar numbers. Wade was limited in the later part of the year and postseason due to a foot injury, but that looks to be behind him heading into his final stint with the program. The Wildcats play a relatively soft non-conference schedule, so look for Wade to get off to a fast start.