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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Sean Enesi Utah State 2011 NFL Prospect
El Camino JC
Height / Weight:
5-11 / 286
Quickly: Last name is pronounced En-ess-see... Changing jersey number from 91 to 50... Talented defensive lineman... Provides defensive line with talent, size and veteran experience.
2009 (Jr.): Played in all 12 games, starting 10... Posted 29 total tackles (eight solo, 21 assists), ranking second among defensive linemen and 11th overall on team... Added two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and two QB hurries... Best outing was at Texas A&M with seven stops... Had six tackles in Nevada game and five in USU debut at Utah, adding his forced fumble in that game.
Junior College: Played offensive and defensive line at El Camino JC... Helped Warriors post a 10-2 record, losing in the second round of the playoffs... Was a two-time first-team all-Central Conference honoree for the Southern California Football Association... Helped lead El Camino to two Mission Conference championships... Was teammates with fellow USU signees Kamaloni Vainikolo and Reuben Willis.
High School: A two-time all-state selection at Carson HS, playing both center and guard... Also a three-time all-city selection and was named City Offensive Lineman of the Year... Helped the Colts to the Marine League Championship three-straight years.
Personal: Born June 12, 1989 in Harbor City, Calif... Son of Earle and Sarah Enesi... Has two sisters and one brother... His cousin, Kenape Eliapo is a defensive tackle at Utah while another cousin, Ailao Eliapo, is an offensive guard at San Jose State... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies... Chose USU because of the program's up and coming status as well as the coaching staff.