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Vic Enwere
Player Profile:
Vic Enwere 1809178
Position: Running Back
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 235
Year: Junior
Hometown: Missouri City, TX
High School: Fort Bend Austin HS
Experience: 2 Letters


Stars:  247Sports (3), 247Sports Composite (3), ESPN (3), Rivals (3), Scout (3)
National Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports Composite (726)
National Running Back Ratings:  247Sports Composite (45), Rivals (45), ESPN (58), 247Sports (59), Scout (59)
Regional Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (111)
Texas Overall Player Ratings:  Rivals (63), ESPN (81), 247Sports Composite (94), 247Sports (115)
Ratings/Scout Grades:  247Sports Composite (0.8535), 247Sports (85), ESPN (78), Rivals (5.6)


Fort Bend Austin HS (2011-13)

► Combined to rush for 3,091 yards on 428 carries with 41 touchdowns, while adding 16 receptions for 313 yards and three scores during his 2012 junior and 2013 senior seasons
► Played in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl along with fellow 2014 Cal recruiting class member quarterback Luke Rubenzer following his senior season and contributed both a rushing and throwing touchdown, running for 42-yard score and throwing a 46-yard touchdown on a trick play in a 41-7 West victory at AT&T Stadium
► 2013 Preseason touchdown club member
► Rushed for 1,582 yards and 25 touchdowns during his 2013 senior season, while posting over 2,300 all-purpose yards and 34 overall touchdowns including eight receptions for 173 yards and three touchdowns, 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
► Had no fumbles as a senior
► A 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 against Fort Bend Clements
► Had his second-highest 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, 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 and help lead his squad to a 7-4 record and an appearance in the Texas Class 5A state playoffs
► Wore No. 23 as a prep
► Also ran track in high school, participating in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 4x100 meter relay and 4x200 relay
► Attended Stafford HS in Texas before transferring to Fort Bend Austin HS after his freshman season


► Plans to go into the medical field and wants to be a physical therapist
► Participated at 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, running the 20-yard shuttle in 4.31), recording a 41-inch vertical jump that was the top jump 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
► Scout claims he has run a 4.3 40-yard dash, while Enwere claims a 4.41 and Rivals a 4.46
► Has run a 3.98 20-yard shuttle with a squat max of 515 and a bench max of 300 according to Rivals
► Wants to study engineering or sports medicine


“Enwere has the potential to be the go-to-guy for a team with a power football mentality. With added bulk and improved playing strength we see a back capable of wearing down defenses while shortening the fourth quarter … This guy is a tough customer. His durability, balance and power suggest carry-the-load potential at the next level.”

“Enwere is solidly-built for a high school player, and knows how to use his power to make plays. He has a punishing stiff arm, and is willing to run through players while keeping his pad level low. He keeps his legs churning at contact, and is often able to completely break free of the defender’s grasp. He also displays solid vision.”

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