Quincy Enunwa (pronounced uh-NUN-wa) is one of two members of the 2010 Nebraska class to join the Husker program from the state of California. Enunwa comes to the Huskers from Rancho Verde High in Moreno Valley, marking the second straight year the program has produced a Nebraska recruit. Linebacker Eric Martin joined the Nebraska program last summer from the same high school program. Enunwa was a key offensive weapon for Coach Pete Duffy’s 11-1 Rancho Verde team that advanced to the second round of the California state playoffs. Enunwa caught more than 40 passes for approximately 600 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior. His play earned him first-team All-Inland Valley League honors, and he was selected to play in the Inland Empire All-Star Game. Enunwa first exploded as a threat in 2008, when he was also a key part of the Rancho Verde offense. Enunwa is ranked among the nation’s top 70 wide receivers by Rivals.com and among the top 85 players in the state of California by the recruiting service. In addition to his football talents, Enunwa is also an accomplished high jumper. Last spring, he finished third in the league with a jump of 6-5. Enunwa also visited Washington State. He is the son of Henry and Ngozi Enunwa and was born on May 31, 1992.
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