JC Kicker Scott Enos signed with the Warriors!

About his written commitment to the Warriors, Scott Enos said:
“I’m happy to be a Warrior.” (HA)

HA Note: “By signing a scholarship agreement with the Warriors, Enos turned down offers from Texas-El Paso and New Mexico State.”

About Hawaii, Enos (who was raised in Sacramento) said:
“The location is perfect. The weather is great out there. The people are so welcoming. It’s like a family.” (HA)

HA Note: “Enos is a successful product of Chris Sailer’s prestigious kicking program. At Sailer’s 2008 Spring Event by Nike, Enos placed first in field goals and fifth in kickoffs among JC and transfer kickers. Enos was named to the Grid-Wire Preseason All-America third team in 2008. Sailer recommended Enos to Chris Tormey, UH’s special teams coordinator. Enos was invited on a recruiting trip last week.”

About why he had a shortened recruiting visit, Enos said:
“It was just for one night. I had finals. I couldn’t spend a whole lot of time out there.” (HA)

About UH, Enos said:
“It’s a really good program. I like the coaches.” (HA)

About his kicking range, Enos said:
“The deepest (field goal), with a little bit of wind, was 60 yards in practice.” (HA)

About the resistance training he does, Enos said:
“You’ll see pitchers in the major leagues use resistance bands on their arms to strengthen them and gain arm speed. For kicking, I like to use resistance bands for my legs. It helps build leg speed. Other than that, I go over technique and stretching. Being flexible is very important.” (HA)

HA Note: “Enos completes work on his associate degree next week. He will join the Warriors this summer. He will attend summer session, as well as take part in the offseason conditioning program and unsupervised workouts.”



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