The four-star wide receiver from Phoenix (Ariz.) North Canyon traveled to State College alongside his father, former Nittany Lions All-American running back Curtis Enis, to take in the spring game and meet with the coaching staff. The younger Enis told Scout.com it was an experience he soon won't forget, particularly given that Penn State is a prominent suitor in his recruitment.
"I enjoyed my time out there a lot," Enis said. "The people around town were nice, the fans were amazing and the coaches were just great to us. Meeting all of the committed guys was cool, too, so it was a great time.
"Penn State is up there for me, but I'm still going to take my time and take my visits. I don't plan to make a decision soon."
"It was crazy to get those two SEC offers that I never imagined would even look at my film," Enis said. "It's a blessing for them to be talking to me. I know they're both great schools with great programs. I always watched Georgia games growing up and, Tennessee, I like how they play and compete. It's definitely something that I plan to continue to look into. I'll talk to my family about [visits].
"With Colorado, I was on the phone with coach (Gary) Bernardi and I guess Isaiah Oliver walked by, so that was cool to hear. They just signed Jared Poplawski and I'm pretty cool with him, so it would be great to play with him. Their campus is nice, their stadium is nice, where the school is located is nice -- most definitely looking into a visit."
Enis, the No. 29-rated receiver in the 2018 class and No. 168 overall prospect in the Scout 300, said he plans to visit California on May 20 while he's in the Bay Area for The Opening Regional.
USC, which signed North Canyon teammate and five-star offensive tackle Austin Jackson in February, is another program to watch. The Trojans offered earlier this year and, despite already being on the board there, Enis said he intends to camp with USC this summer.
Enis was credited with 64 receptions for 1,144 yards and 10 touchdowns in nine games as a junior last season, tacking on 318 rushing yards and four more scores. He also had 32 total tackles, including seven for a loss, and two interceptions on the defensive side.