The Wolverine

August 2015 Issue

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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  COMMITMENT PROFILE FILM EVALUATION Strengths: Speed is the main thing that stands out when you watch Enis on film. He ran a 10.53-second electronically timed 100-meter dash at the Ran- dolph County track meet, which is the fastest time in the state of Indiana. He primarily plays running back and, like something out of a video game, piled up 3,189 yards and 49 touchdowns as a junior. He's listed as an athlete and could potentially play running back, wide receiver, somewhere in the secondary or even outside linebacker with his 6-2, 190-pound frame. Areas Of Improvement: This one is hard to peg because his future position is unknown. If he stays at running back, he'll have to improve his pass blocking, which he is not called upon to do in high school. If he's turned into a member of the secondary, footwork, press coverage technique and zone scheme famil- iarity will all come with the territory. Finally if it's linebacker, he'll have to get comfortable with play recognition, coming down hill and making sure tackles. He's athletic enough to do it all, but he's got to do it. Michigan Player Comparison: Josh Furman (2010-13) was a very similarly built, do-it-all, speedy athlete coming out of high school and played several spots on defense at Michigan. He transferred to Oklahoma State for his final year of eligibility and it finally clicked to the tune of 46 tackles, including 14 for loss and seven sacks, one interception and a forced fumble. He was ultimately drafted by the Denver Broncos with the 252nd pick of the seventh round in the 2015 NFL Draft. Enis has the same type of body and skill set that could develop into a versatile player on either side of the ball. — Analysis from

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