One aspect in all this that everyone is forgetting


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      pedro
      Ute Fan
      @pedro

      the contribution of Enis.  No he wasn’t targetted much this game, but the blocking that guy laid out today was special.  He was a beast.  

    • #135292
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      Central Coast Ute
      Ute Fan
      @flip2848

      Very instrumental in that long TD by Jordan.

    • #135293
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      noneyadb
      Ute Fan
      @noneyadb

      Too bad he’s gone

    • #135295
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      Utah5410
      Ute Fan
      @utah5410

      Yeah. I don’t think he comes back. But, whatever is best fit all.

    • #135297
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      Utesbyfive
      Ute Fan
      @utesbyfive

      Yeah, his mom knows he’s a good blocker. She’s disappointed by his lack of targets. If he’s as bothered by it as his moms, he’s going to leave.

      • #135306

        noneyadb
        Ute Fan
        @noneyadb

        At 6’3″ 200+ lbs he has the hands and size to be an effective receiver. Is his issue speed, route designs, or route running?

        • #135437
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          2008 National Champ
          Ute Fan
          @cptmrgn05

          at the end of the day: it’s having a QB who is willing to throw him the ball. Unless every pass play has him as the last resort, he should get a couple of targets every game. As all of the receivers should.

          Every QB has guys they look for first no matter the play call. Dixon was a stud with Shelley but ignored by Huntley who would throw it to Simpkins no matter how many times he dropped it, fumbled, or just ran the wrong route.

          Bentley, after all the TO’s the first 2 games, was afraid to go through his progressions. If his first option wasn’t wide open – which to be honest, still didn’t help with all the bad passes – he would tuck and run. He got some first downs but a less athletic Huntley circa 2017 wasn’t what Utah needed at QB. Moving while keeping his eyes downfield is what turned Huntley from a liability to All-Conference.

      • #135552

        pedro
        Ute Fan
        @pedro

        I get it, but if he wants to play at the next level, one of two things have to happen.  He either needs to transfer to a school that will showcase him, or he needs to stay put and understand that blocking at the next level is key for a WR.

    • #135344
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      Utah5410
      Ute Fan
      @utah5410

      He can’t get open. He doesn’t have the speed. And he isn’t that quick. I like enis. I hope he stays. I’m just saying if he wants to ply P5 football it’s not going to work at other schools also. Maybe G5 like Mariner sure. Not P5

    • #135405
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      #3bballer
      Ute Fan
      @3bballer

      Just to clarify. Are people thinking he’s leaving via the portal or nfl???

      • #135418
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        Central Coast Ute
        Ute Fan
        @flip2848

        It seems like most people think he will hit the portal. Myself among them. I don’t think a P5 school will pick him though.

    • #135498
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      leftyjace
      Ute Fan
      @leftyjace

      With the QB situation improving by the hour it seems, I wonder if he might stay?

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