Four-Star WR Solomon Enis Chooses Utah Over Penn State On National Signing Day

Four-star wide receiver Solomon Enis of Phoenix, AZ decided not to follow in the footsteps in the footsteps of his father Curtis Enis and chose Utah over Penn State on Wednesday, which was National Signing Day for any remaining recruits following the early signing period.

Enis’ final decision was among his father’s alma mater, Utah, Arizona State, and USC.

During his senior season, Enis tallied 820 receiving yards and eight touchdowns in ten games for North Canyon High School. Additionally, he rushed for 450 yards and three scores while serving as one of his team’s captains.

The incoming Penn State receiving corps will work to replace all-time receptions leader DaeSean Hamilton but gaining a fresh crop of young, offensive talent that includes the No. 1 receiver in the country, Justin Shorter, as well as Jahan Dotson, and Daniel George.

During his three seasons at Penn State, Curtis Enis ran for more than 3,200 yards. He scored 36 touchdowns as a Nittany Lion, 19 of which came in his final season in Happy Valley. After being named an All-American in 1997, Enis was selected fifth overall by the Chicago Bears in the 1998 NFL Draft, but only played four NFL seasons due to a degenerative knee problem.

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