Film of Cal WR recruiting target Solomon Enis, plus what Enis thought of his visit to Cal

RICHMOND, Calif. -- Four-star wide receiver Solomon Enis was a physical presence on the field on Sunday, and found out where the atom was split on a Saturday visit to Berkeley.

On Saturday, four-star wide receiver Solomon Enis paid a visit to California, before showing off a versatile, physical skill set on the fields of Richmond (Calif.) De Anza at The Opening Regional. "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. Top Stories