Wade Hansen is a trainer at Corvino Performance. He is a local product from Tamarac High School, who graduated in 2011. He received Section 2 honors throughout his Varsity career in both Football and Basketball. Wade was recruited to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to play Defensive Line and Study Mechanical Engineering, he solidified himself as a playmaker as a freshman making the All-Freshman All- Liberty League team in 2011 and was awarded RPI’s Rookie of the Year award. As a sophomore Wade continued to rack up the accolades like D3 National Team of the Week during a game vs St. Lawrence University where he tied the single game school sack record, for the 2012 season he received 2nd Team All-League Honors. After a 2-year stint at RPI Wade transferred to Virginia Tech to study History for the fall of 2013. There he was redshirted for the 2013 season and was moved to Defensive Tackle. In the Fall of 2014, Wade made the switch to Offensive Line during preseason camp, and played special teams for all 13 games and started as Tech’s Right Tackle for the last 5 games. In the fall of 2015 Wade started all 13 games and was named the Pro Football Focus 1st Team All ACC for Tackle. Wade also received the Wes Worsham Award for Exceeding all Expectations during the season and the Virginia Tech Football Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year for 2015. Wade graduated from Virginia Tech in the Spring of 2016 with a Bachelors in History. After Graduation Wade had tryouts at both the Pittsburgh Steelers and San Diego Chargers’ Rookie Mini Camps. Wade was later signed to the Steelers in August for the 2016 preseason and blocked for both Ben Roethlisberger and Le’veon Bell in 3 preseason games vs the Eagles, Saints and Panthers. Wade was released before the start of the regular season. After the Steelers, Wade started a career in Law Enforcement as an Officer in Roanoke Virginia, but was then called to play Professional Football in Kobe, Japan starting all 9 games for the Elecom Kobe Finies for the summer of 2017. After playing in Japan, Wade was then signed to the Albany Empire as an Offensive Linemen/ Tight End. However due to an injury to his hamstring Wade was released. Leo Corvino called Wade to bring him on as a trainer because of Wade’s experience in Strength and Conditioning and Professional Athletics.