Consider the following.
Try rotating the tires, front to back. Does the noise follow them?
Shaking, grabbing, twisting, rocking a wheel will not find all wheel bearing problems.
Find an empty parking lot, drive in circles at aprox 25 mph, when turning right if the noise/symptoms increase then it's probably related to the left wheel. While turning left if the noise/symptoms increase it's probably related to the right wheel.
Turn the wheel full lock to the right, drive in circles 2mph, do you hear clicking of clunking? If so, The right outer CV joint may be bad. If when doing this turned full left, then the left outer CV joint is suspect.
Driving straight 10mph accelerating slightly, does the car surge or feel like a wheel is oval ? This is axle/CV joint related.
Axle/CV joint problems AND wheel bearings can "hum" at speed.
If you can drive a short highway trip and get under the car quickly, feel the CV joints and wheel hubs, if one is hotter than the rest, that would indicate a problem.
Changing a wheel bearing and or an axle assembly is not a job of an inexperienced owner but it you change an axle, I suggest you replace the inner axle to transmission seal at the same time.