The highest rated wide receiver recruit ever to sign with the Utes will be on campus next week.
So, next week we drive our youngest @SolomonEnis to The University of Utah for football We are proud of our 4 Beast not only because of the Grades and Graduation, but because they were all offered Athletic Scholarships We love u & thank you for not breaking our Bank Account, lol pic.twitter.com/ubEG1FAF9a
— marloncqb (@miamiusmc0311) June 4, 2018
Enis had offers to USC, Oregon, Georgia, Nebraska, Michigan state and Arizona state just to name a few. the 6’4″ 190lb play maker has all the tools to play early in his college football career. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Enis should be allowed to start games for Utah this year. Utah does not have a long history of landing 4 star recruits at skill positions on offense. Because Enis is blazing a trail for wide receivers it would benefit the Utes tremendously in future recruiting if they could point to Enis playing early as a success story. Enis could be an integral part of recruiting future players of his caliber to Utah. Recruits like Enis want to play early or they will transfer out. This is not a new trend. The Utes should keep this in mind and give the young gun starting reps as soon as possible in 2018.