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Thread: QUINCY ENUNWA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet-Zeppelin View Post
    I love this pick! Awesome value! Finally a legit answer at WR.

    Quincy Enunwa
    That was some write up.

    Quincy Enunwa is a name to know for all the Donte Moncrief fans out there. Not to pick on Moncrief, whom we’ve already dubbed a desirable if not slightly overrated talent, but when we see Enunwa play, we see a lot of the things we wished we saw in Moncrief’s film. Meanwhile, all Quincy lacks in comparison to Donte is burst. You have to give Donte his due when it comes to explosion.

    Based on his game film, and where we see him going (if he goes at all) in most mocks, Enunwa is a very underrated player. In fact, it’s hard to watch his tape without at least thinking about an Anquan Boldin comparison. Sorry ... had to.

    There are some understandable reasons why Enunwa is not a big name ... apart from it being no fun at all to pronounce or to look at for that matter. Enunwa (EE-noon-WAH) played his college ball for Nebraska, and one thing they are not real big on down in Lincoln, is throwing the football. The ground game was preferred by the Cornhuskers in 2013 and it wasn’t close. We’re talking about 584 rush attempts as compared to 378 passing attempts. The caliber of quarterback was also somewhat weak, depending on which one was playing. There were three Cornhuskers passers with over 100 attempts in 2013, and none with more than 134--not exactly the definition of stability. Nevertheless, Enunwa produced to the tune of twelve touchdowns.

    Quincy was invited to the Combine, but his weekend was cut short by a hamstring injury. Even with his limited availability, Enunwa impressed. Let’s check out the numbers:

    Height - 6’2”
    Weight - 225
    Hands - 9 1/2”
    40 - 4.45
    Bench - 19
    I think it’s time I re-quote Pete Carroll. “Big fast guys are the fewest around.” I’m sure a few NFL evaluators' eyes popped out of their sockets when Enunwa ran his forty. I have to say, we were impressed too and we liked Quincy a lot going in. We were hoping for 4.50 or better. So, like I said, Moncrief fans should take notice, because Enunwa is doing a lot of what Moncrief does and he does it while catching the ball ... with his hands. And, if the draftniks prove correct, Enunwa may offer considerable savings over a guy like Moncrief, who is going in the third round in most mock drafts I've seen.

    Things we like about Quincy.

    Strength - Not just in terms of being able to post good numbers in the bench press, though we like that too. As with Anquan Boldin, Enunwa has the kind of strength that shows up on game film. He’s hard to bring down and he’s hard to interfere with while the ball is in flight. He wards off defenders very well and often times very subtly.
    Blocking - Quincy has the strength, build and disposition to be a very good blocker, and that's what we see on film. Chip Kelly, Kyle Shanahan and Jim Harbaugh are all salivating, and they're not alone.
    Speed - We were prepared to tell you that Enunwa’s speed is better when in pads, but then he ran a 4.45 at the Combine. Now we can just say that he’s fast.
    Ball skills - The strength helps here, but he also brings outstanding concentration and desire to the table. He has a “my ball” mentality, which we like. He has the hands and hand strength to make tough catches in a crowd.
    Hands - He has solid though not spectacular hands. He’ll have a concentration drop here and there, but he’ll make some nice grabs for you too and even things out. Hands are not going to be a problem from what we see.
    Running ability - Quincy will get yards after the catch, and he’ll gets yards after contact too. He’s a tough man to bring down and he employs a nice stiff arm. Enunwa can run away from most defenders too, so you get a nice combo of power and speed. And, once he gets going full speed, he’s like a runaway train. Be careful on the tracks.
    Toughness - He is willing to hit and he is willing to take a hit. He’ll watch the ball into his hands knowing that he’s going to take a good whack. We see no signs of fear or alligator arms from Enunwa. Oh yeah, he was a team Captain. They don't hand out the "C" to just anybody in Lincoln.
    Production - He was a developmental guy for a few years, but he started coming on as a sophomore and kept it going as a junior. Then, in his final year, Quincy absolutely erupted with 12 scores. His twelfth score, a 99-yarder, broke two records in a single play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet-Zeppelin View Post
    He battles the ball a bit, but he gets it done. 12 scores for a Nebraska WR is pretty much unheard of.
    From your mouth to God's ears!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCH View Post
    From your mouth to God's ears!
    The guy makes plays and he hits people. I love the fact that the Jets now have serious perimeter blocking (Decker, Hill and Enunwa plus Amaro who is underrated in this area) and a tailback with long speed. Ivory likes to get outside too. Our receivers will spring the backs a lot more this year than in the past. We upgraded the inside too with Saunders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    That was some write up.
    Funny reading that after the knock for drafting McDougle was we could have had a guy like Moncrief instead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavericknyc1980 View Post
    I'm very intrigued.
    Yep, Quincy Enunwa & Brandon Dixon - CB taken in the 6th.

    Intrigued by both of these guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Funny reading that after the knock for drafting McDougle was we could have had a guy like Moncrief instead...
    He was team captain for the cornhuskers and he scored 12 times with THOSE QBs. And, he is a tough dude. I'll take that in the 6th round any day of the freaking week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet-Zeppelin View Post
    He was team captain for the cornhuskers and he scored 12 times with THOSE QBs. And, he is a tough dude. I'll take that in the 6th round any day of the freaking week.
    Oh I'm familiar. We're the only team to clean sheet him

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    I love this pick. can't believe we got a player with this level of physical skills and he 's a smart kid too. Leadership qualities and toughness. Speed and size. He just needs to continue to work on his skills and we've got a very good prospect here. Idzik and the boys did a great job of finding diamonds in this draft.

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