Physical WR is a Levy fan

THE COUGS ARE in the market for receivers this class and one who has flown under the radar until now was in Pullman this past weekend on an official trip to Washington State.

WR Quincy Enunwa (6-1, 200, 4.65) came to Wazzu without an offer but hit it off well enough with the WSU coaches that he left with one, his second from a BCS school.

"They offered me the day I left, on Sunday," said Enunwa. "The school was pretty nice, I liked the campus, the facilities were all pretty nice."

In addition the Student Recreation Center and learning about the academics at WSU, Enunwa said talking shop with receivers coach Mike Levenseller and the Cougar staff were among the highlights.

"He's pretty smart," said Enunwa of Levenseller. "He knows what he's doing and he knows what he's talking about...I liked him a lot.

"We talked about mainly what I could do if I went there. They like physical receivers and they saw my film and liked what I do."

ENUNWA, WHO COULD potentially make for a good gunner on special teams as well, said he made some friends while in Pullman.

"Gino Simone, he was a good host, I talked with his parents and we talked about the team. Nolan Washington, their cornerback who is redshirting, he was really cool, too," said Enunwa.

Although Enunwa said he enjoyed his WSU trip immensely, he's long had his eye on Nebraska, who has also offered, and is scheduled to trip to Lincoln this weekend on an official. San Diego State and Idaho State are also showing interest.

This season, Enunwa said he has 25 receptions for 256 yards with five TD's. He's also a solid student and has achieved a qualifying score on the SAT.

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