http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/story/1779936-four-star... "I love Cal," Enis told our Blair Angulo. "The history that they have, the atom was split there, behind these doors. It was cool. I'm a history guy. It was cool. What they're trying to do there is really great, especially with coach [Charlie] Ragle coming from U of A, coach Nick Edwards, I loved it out there."
While the new Bears offense is likely to move at least a bit away from the old Bear Raid and more towards a pro-style attack, the staff told Enis that the receivers are still a big part of their plans.
"They think their wide receivers are going to carry their offense again, so that's good to hear that," Enis said.
A versatile pass catcher, the No. 1 player in the state of Arizona is a big target, at 6-foot-3, 200 pounds. He wasn't shy about using every inch and every pound of that against defensive backs on Sunday, but he also showed quite a bit of shiftiness and a good burst, especially in the cat-and-mouse one-on-ones. He is the type of receiver the old staff would have put at the Y spot, but the new bunch sees him doing a bit of double duty.
"Probably more as an outside guy, but at the same time, they're going to put me in different sets so I can get inside and just expose the defense for other guys," Enis said.