Written by: TJ Inman (@TJHoosierHuddle)
On the morning of January 21, Kiante Enis decommitted from the Michigan Wolverines. The 6’1” “athlete” from Winchester waited until National Signing Day to pledge his new allegiance to his home state school as he announced that he would be playing for Kevin Wilson and the Indiana Hoosiers.
Momentum has gathered quickly after Kevin Wilson’s contract extension and Enis is the second in-state prospect for this class.
Enis, primarily a running back at Winchester Community High School, was prolific during his prep career. He ran for nearly 7,000 yards on 716 carries. For his career, he averaged 194.2 yards per game and scored a mind-boggling 113 total touchdowns for the Falcons.
ESPN’s recruiting service describes him as “tall, thickly built and possesses the frame to develop into a physical presence on defense or as a power back. He possesses deceptive long field and straight-line speed with terrific size and range. Appears to be more natural and comfortable as a running back as opposed to a safety.”
Enis is rated as the 40th best athlete prospect in the country and the 4th best prospect in the state of Indiana. He could either end up at running back or playing in the secondary for new defensive coordinator Tom Allen.