"He's really physical. He always has been, and he just loves to talk," wide receiver Quincy Enunwa said of his former teammate. "And he can hit."
This we have learned, but there were things Quincy was trying to learn from Martin that he didn't know as he made an official visit to see the Big Red. It was those things that made the visit intriguing enough to make, but Enunwa was pleased that what Martin said about the place matched his own experience. "He said that it's all about football here, and that you can sign autographs and the next day those people are looking you up on Facebook," he said. "The fans are just crazy about the team."
The game didn't go quite as planned, but Enunwa said that he saw enough to see how he could fit in. "Yeah, I know what they want to do on offense. You could see that at points during the game. It just didn't work out like they wanted," he said. "But it's a great offense. When it's working, it's hard to stop."
Quincy said that from the facilities to the fans, the offense to the coaches, he couldn't find anything he didn't like about the Huskers. And he added that pretty much everything Martin was telling him was true. But with all that being said, he's still not quite ready to make a decision. But he knows that he would like to make it soon. "Yeah, I'd like to get it out of the way. Our team is undefeated right now, and I'd just like to concentrate on my senior year of football," he said.
We can assume that a decision is coming down the pipe very soon for Enunwa, but he wouldn't say himself just when it was going to happen, because he wanted to go home, talk about it with his family and then take the process from there. "I might go to other places. I know that San Diego State has been by my school. I'm not really sure right now," he said. "I'll talk about it when I get home and we'll just have to see. I don't know right now."
On the season Enunwa is averaging over 10 yards per reception and has scored five touchdowns for his undefeated squad.