Enis: 'Exciting' to Work With Wheatley

Winchester (Ind.) Community 2016 athlete Kiante Enis discusses getting coached by Tyrone Wheatley for the first time and more.

INDIANAPOLIS -- So far Michigan's satellite camp tour is paying off -- specifically with the commitment of 2016 athlete Kiante Enis hours after U-M's first camp on Thursday.

Rated a three-star prospect, Enis worked out at running back during the one day camp. It also gave him to work out with his potential position coach at Michigan -- Tyrone Wheatley.

"It was real exciting," Enis said on working with Wheatley. "He really helped me through a lot of things with techniques and stuff. It's just something I feel I can learn from."

And the fact that he was able to learn from Wheatley this early on was quite "special," Enis said.

"It's good to be able to get that," Enis said. "A lot of guys thinking [a coach]could be this, but it can something completely different. I'm getting a chance to come out here and see how he really coaches and it helps me a out a lot."

As far as Michigan's message to its newest commit: "They want me to come in and be great. We're still not 100-percent completely sure about me playing running back. That's what I am going to come in at first. If I have to, I can play five positions."

Next up, Enis says he plans on visiting Michigan with his family.

"I went with my coach on Saturday," he said, when asked when he'll be back on Michigan's campus again. "I want to take my family back up there so they can get a feel for it."

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