Name: Adly Enoicy
Position: Wide Receiver/Tight End
Hometown: Delray Beach, Fla.
High School: Atlantic Community High School
2013 Stats: His stats from last year aren't available, but he did reach the Florida-Georgia All-Star game. In his sophomore and junior seasons, he combined for 1,011 yards and 13 touchdowns.
2014 Projections: Brisly Estime was the exception to the rule, not the model for freshmen wide receivers. It's uncommon for newcomers at this position to step in and play well immediately. Enoicy won't play over Estime, Ashton Broyld and Jarrod West. But there are several spots up for grabs lower on the depth chart. If Enoicy can distinguish himself among the freshman wideouts, he could get significant playing time.
How'd He Get Here: Enoicy had a laundry list of offers, most notably from Florida, Miami, USC and last year's national championship winner and runner-up - Florida State and Auburn. He originally verbally committed to FIU, but flipped to SU late in the recruiting process.
What'd Recruiting Sites Say: A real mixed bag from your major sources. Four stars from ESPN, three from Scout and two from Rivals.
"There's always room for change and improvements, and these new uniforms are an example of one. I see these uniforms as a start to a new beginning, one to be remembered as we incoming freshmen plan to make a statement and change to the game, along with the returning players wanting to outdo their performances the prior year."
Links of Wonder: From the Post Standard: "Syracuse football's Jarrod West on the challenges facing SU's freshman wide receivers"
Twitterfeed: He can be found here, @Prospect_5.
Tweets of Wonder: When Estime tweeted at Enoicy, who had to stay quiet until National Signing Day.
@BALL_CHILL20 Lol, no comment(Feb.5)— Adly Enoicy (@Prospect_5) January 9, 2014
What Does Shafer Think of Him: Not much specifically on Enoicy. But he did say this on Enoicy and the four other Florida players in the 2014 class.
"They’re all playmakers on both sides of the ball that we’ve recruited from down there," Shafer said. "It’s good to have some kids to come in and bolster our speed and skills from way down at the bottom."
Interesting Nugget O'Interest: His cousin is Giovani Bernard, a running back for the Cincinnati Bengals and a former ACC star at North Carolina.
Let's Get a Good Look Atcha: The "University of Syracuse" strikes again. Bummer.