Cal Football BIO
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Vic Enwere
Player Profile:
Vic Enwere 1809178
Position: Running Back
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 230
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Missouri City, TX
High School: Fort Bend Austin HS
Experience: 1 Letter

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Pronunciation
en-where-E

Career Stats
Game Logs: 2014
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Enwere was one of five true freshmen to play in all 12 games in 2014 and made significant contributions with 193 yards rushing and two scores on the ground on 34 carries to rank fourth on the team in all three categories. He came back strong and was one of the team’s most impressive players during 2015 spring practices and is expected to play a major role for the Bears in 2015.

Cal Career (2014 – Present)
► Has played in 12 games off the bench in his one season with the program in 2014, contributing 193 yards rushing and two scores on the ground on 34 carries to rank fourth among active Cal players in each category
► Has also added two receptions for 18 yards
► Recorded a career-high 57 yards rushing on six carries vs. Oregon as a 2014 freshman, while his single scores on the ground in that contest vs. the Ducks and in the following game at Oregon State equal career bests
► Posted the longest run of his career with a 26-yarder as a freshman vs. Sacramento State
► Has twice had a career-high-tying single reception vs. Washington (11 yards) and Oregon (7 yards) as a 2014 freshman with an 11-yarder vs. Washington the longest catch of his career
► Has a career total of 211 all-purpose yards (193 rushing, 18 receiving)

Sophomore (2015)
► Listed in the No. 2 spot at the running back position on the preseason depth chart
► Had an impressive spring and elicited a memorable quote from head coach Sonny Dykes who said “When he gets through the line, there’s nobody that wants to see that guy running squared up right at him. You get that dude running through the line of scrimmage with a full head of steam, that’s a pretty scary proposition for a defensive back.”
► Had 15 yards rushing on four carries in the spring game
 
Freshman (2014)
► Played in all 12 games off the bench and was one of the team’s five true freshmen to see action in every contest along with Devante Downs, Matt Rockett, Tre Watson and Noah Westerfield
► Contributed 193 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the ground on 34 carries to rank fourth on the team in each category, while his 5.7 yards per rush led the club
► Tied for ninth on the squad with his two total touchdowns and tied for 10th with 12 points
► Totaled 211 all-purpose yards, adding two receptions for 18 yards receiving
► Had a strong stretch in back-to-back games against the Oregon schools when he combined for 94 yards rushing and two touchdowns, rushing for a career-high 57 yards and his first collegiate touchdown on six carries and adding a career-high-tying one reception for seven yards to total a career-high 64 all-purpose yards vs. Oregon, and then registering 37 yards and his second score on the ground on six carries at Oregon State
► Rushed a career-high seven times for 47 yards including a 26-yarder that was the longest of his career vs. Sacramento State
► Had six rushes for 21 yards and a career-high-tying one catch for a career-high and career-long 11 yards vs. Washington
► Rushed four times for 14 yards in his collegiate debut at Northwestern
► Had other rushing totals at USC (2-9), at Washington State (2-5) and vs. BYU (2-3)
 
Fort Bend Austin HS (Class of 2014)
► Combined to rush for 3,091 yards on 428 carries with 41 touchdowns, while adding 16 receptions for 313 yards receiving and three scores during his 2012 junior and 2013 senior seasons
► Played for the West team in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl following his senior season and shared game MVP honors with fellow Cal teammate Luke Rubenzer contributing both a rushing and throwing touchdown, running for 42-yard score and throwing a 46-yard touchdown on a trick play while finishing with 115 rushing yards rushing on six carries in a 41-7 West victory at AT&T Stadium
► District Offensive MVP as a 2013 senior when he rushed for a single-season school-record 1,582 yards and 25 touchdowns, while posting over 2,300 all-purpose yards and breaking another single-season school mark with 34 overall touchdowns including eight receptions for 173 yards and three scores, as his team was 6-6 overall and 5-2 in 5A Region III District 23 games to reach the second round of the 5A DI state playoffs
► Only player to ever win his District title and be named a District MVP in the same season as a 2013 senior
► Had no fumbles as a senior
► A four-year varsity letterwinner
► Versatile player who also saw action as a senior at cornerback, quarterback, kick returner and wide receiver
► Named to the 2013 Preseason All-Greater Houston Team by the Touchdown Club of Houston
► Became the first Austin Bend player with over 1,500 all-purpose yards in a season as a senior
► Registered four games with 200 or more yards rushing, including career highs of 333 yards rushing and seven touchdowns on the ground against Fort Bend Clements
► Had his second-highest rushing total of the season with 284 yards and three touchdowns (including a 93-yarder) against Fort Bend Elkins
► Earned honorable mention All-State, second-team All-Region, and first-team All-District 5A honors, and was named the District’s Offensive MVP after rushing for 1,509 yards and 16 touchdowns as a 2012 junior to lead his district in scoring and rushing to help lead his squad to a 7-4 record and an appearance in the 5A state playoffs
► Helped turn around a team that was 0-10 as a sophomore to District champions in two a span of two seasons
► Also ran track in high school, participating in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 4x100 meter relay and 4x200 relay
► Attended Stafford High School in Texas as a freshman before transferring to Fort Bend Austin High School for his final three prep campaigns

Recruiting Notes (Class of 2014)
► A three-star recruit according to 247Sports, 247Sports Composite, ESPN, Rivals and Scout
► Among the nation’s top-ranked running backs by 247Sports Composite (No. 45), Rivals (No. 45), ESPN (No. 58), 247Sports (No. 59) and Scout (No. 59)
► Checked in on the 247Sports Composite list of the nation’s top players overall at No. 726
► Ranked among the top players overall in his region by ESPN (No. 111)
► Among the top players overall in Texas according to Rivals (No. 63), ESPN (No. 81), 247Sports Composite (No. 94) and 247Sports (No. 115)
► Received an 0.8535 grade from 247Sports Composite, while 247Sports had him at 85, ESPN at 78 and Rivals at 5.6
► Participated in the 2013 Nike SPARQ Football Combine in Houston and registered a 120.51 SPARQ rating at the event, running the 40-yard dash in 4.61 seconds and the 20-yard shuttle in 4.31, recording a 41-inch vertical jump that was the top mark at event and throwing the power ball 38 feet to earn a spot on the All-Combine team
► Named a top running back at the 2013 Dallas NFTC
► Listed as a “Hidden Gem” both in Texas and among running backs by Rivals in June of 2013
► Listed as a ”RB Spring Riser” by Scout in February of 2013

Other
► Full name is Vivien Ugonna Enwere
► Born January 9, 1996
► Parents are Paulinus and Maryann Enwere
► Has reportedly run a 4.3 40-yard dash, while Enwere lists a 4.41 and Rivals a 4.46
► Has a and a 3.98 20-yard shuttle with a squat max of 515 and a bench max of 300 according to Rivals
► Plans to go into the medical field and wants to be a physical therapist
► One of three children in his family currently in college with brother, Ike, at MIT and sister, Paulyann, studying to become a medical doctor at Texas-Galveston
► Wants to study engineering or sports medicine
► A Fellowship of Christian Athletes member and church volunteer group leader
► Intended major is media studies

Enwere's Career Game Highs
Rushes: 7 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014)
Rushing Yards: 47 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014)
Rushing TDs: 1 (twice, last at Oregon State, 2014)
Long Rush: 26 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014)
Receptions: 1 (twice, last vs. Oregon, 2014)
Receiving Yards: 11 (vs. Washington, 2014)
Long Reception: 11 (vs. Washington, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards: 64 (vs. Oregon, 2014)
Points: 6 (twice, last at Oregon State, 2014)

Last Updated
June 4, 2015

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