Utah Utes football got a huge commitment today from Phoenix (Ariz.) Canyon Rim four-star wide receiver Solomon Enis who also signed with the Utes. Utah went into Phoenix, the hotbed of recruiting in the state of Arizona and stole the top wide receiver prospect in the state. Enis, the son of former Penn State standout running back Curtis Enis, who was a top five pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, is rated the No. 40 overall wide receiver and No. 226 player nationally. Enis had his pick of schools with three quarters of the Pac-12 offering him including both Arizona schools and USC, his father’s alma mater Penn State, five SEC schools, including Georgia, and multiple other Power Five schools from the ACC and Big Ten. It is almost easier to talk about who did not offer him because so many high-profile schools offered him.
Enis is a huge target at 6’ 4”, 200 pounds. Enis is also crazy athletic (just watch his first three plays in his highlight reel for proof). He uses his size really well to go up and get the football. Watching his highlights, it is easy to see why he was so heavily recruited and rated a four-star recruit.
Enis was reportedly Utah’s top choice at wide receiver, so getting him was huge. Landing a recruit of his caliber will help mitigate the losses of Darren Carrington II and Raelon Singleton at wide receiver, and he is a player Utah can build around in the future on offense. Watching Tyler Huntley and Jack Tuttle throw to Enis for the next three to four years will be a lot of fun. Enis is the highest-rated WR ever to sign with Utah.
Welcome to the family!