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Height: 6-2
Weight: 225
40: 4.44
Year: 4Sr

Quincy Enunwa

School: Nebraska
Position: WR
Positive: Full-time starter the past two seasons, finishing his senior season with 51 receptions, 753 yards, and 12 TDs. Nice-sized receiver still rough around the edges. Displays a short burst of speed, plays with quickness, and works to make catches. Lays out for the difficult catch or gets up in a crowd and competes for the ball. Nicely adjusts to errant throws, takes a pounding then holds on to the ball. Sells routes, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and breaks tackles running after the catch.
Negative: Does not cleanly catch the ball and lacks naturally soft hands. Does not show a sense of timing. Should get better results blocking downfield.
Analysis: Enunwa comes with solid size and speed numbers and has flashed the ability to take control of games but shows little consistency in his play. He's a possession receiver with sneaky speed and a prospect who really needs to complete his game before he'll be NFL ready.

Updated 5/7
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