Enid's Enmeier Has Had Busy Summer

One of the positions that seems to be the most plentiful with prospects in the state of Oklahoma for 2011 seniors is offensive line. Oklahoma State is suspected to be looking for one more offensive lineman, Oklahoma could be looking for another, and Tulsa would appear to be looking for several in the 2011 class. One prospect is Enid's Brock Enmeier.

The 6-4, 300-pound Enmeier would seemingly be a good prospect for either guard or center, maybe even tackle. The three schools previously mentioned have all shown interest in the Plainsmen senior lineman.

Enmeier sent us a text that he has been busy and is not slowing down yet.

"I have been to Oklahoma State, Tulsa, Baylor and UCO (Central Oklahoma) camps," text Enmeier. "I will also be attending a prospect camp at North Texas. Other than that things are pretty slow."

Well, that doesn't sound slow and our prediction is Enmeier's recruiting action will be picking up. Schools typically find offensive linemen late in their class.

The skill players and defensive tackles capture a lot of early focus in recruiting with the offensive line coming later in the fall. It is also a chance for offensive line coaches to get some senior tape on the big guys and get an even better read on how they are developing.

We've seen Enmeier play and he has good feet, blocks the run really well, and plays with a physical and aggressive attitude. He is someone we will continue to keep our eyes on.

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