The North Little Rock High wide receiver has cheered for Arkansas since his brother, Farod Jackson, played fullback for the Razorbacks.
“I’ve been an Arkansas fan for a while,” Enlow said. “My brother used to play for the Razorbacks with Darren McFadden, so I’ve always been a Hog fan.”
Enlow has five offers from FCS and DII schools, but his performance at the camp helped his chances of receiving an offer from the Razorbacks.
He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.41 seconds and did well in one-on-one drills.
It was a day Enlow has been working toward for a long time, as he has been training with former Arkansas wide receiver J.J. Meadors, whose 62 receptions in 1995 were a school record until 2011.
“He’s one of the best trainers you can have for skill positions like receiver,” Enlow said. “He gives me all kinds of tips on how to beat defenders. Everything that I’m doing now is from him teaching me.”
The work has paid off on the field, as well.
Last season, Enlow caught 16 of 17 passes thrown to him for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Those numbers don’t jump off the page, but are solid considering he was the Charging Wildcats’ No. 2 target behind Ohio State signee K.J. Hill.
With Hill gone, many experts believe Enlow could be the next big-time recruit from North Little Rock, joining former Alabama running back Altee Tenpenny, Arkansas running back Juan Day and Hill.
“There’s no pressure at all,” Enlow said. “I just have to do me and help the team win and make the team better.”
If he does become a major recruit, he’ll be the first one under new North Little Rock head coach Jamie Mitchell, who replaces former coach Brad Bolding.
“He’s a good guy,” Enlow said. “He’s a really good coach from Starkville, Mississippi. He got a lot of his coaching from Mississippi State, so the transition from there to here is pretty good.”
Of course, Enlow isn’t concerned with becoming a nationally ranked player.
“I’m just trying to become a leader for my team so we can win state this year,” Enlow said.