Adly Enoicy was sitting on his couch in warm and sunny Delray Beach, Florida just a couple days after Christmas. The Orange was on the television. And Brisly Estime was back to return a punt.
“I knew he was going to return it. It wasn’t very surprising because I expect that from Brisly. That’s nothing new to me.”
The 6’4”, 215-pound wideout is a wizard on the football field, and apparently he can also predict the future. Enoicy watched as his good buddy swerved around a handful of maroon jerseys and then sprinted down the sideline on the grass field at Reliant Stadium, only to be tripped up inside the red zone. You all know what happened next.
The 3-star Florida native is one of the top 75 WRs in the country. And he told the Fizz he could see himself wearing the Orange and Blue next season along with his friend Brisly. Adly just finished up his senior year at Atlantic Community High School, just an hour north of Miami—the same high school as Estime. The two keep in touch, and text often. Brisly has told him many times how much he’s enjoyed his first year at Syracuse. And Enoicy understands why.
“The program as a whole is terrific. Syracuse as an education, it would give me a great opportunity in the future to succeed in life.”
The wide receiver is making a visit to Syracuse the weekend of January 31. That’s just a few days before National Signing Day. He’s received offers from big-time schools like Alabama, Auburn and Florida, but admits he hasn’t heard from them lately. Enoicy is focusing solely on the schools that are showing him the most interest: SU, Temple and Florida International.
The good news for Orange Nation is that Enoicy has had great talks with recruiting coordinator Eric White and coach George McDonald. The two have told Adly that he could be a huge piece of the Orange’s offense this fall. And why not? Enoicy is a monster in the receiving game, and totally dwarfs smaller corners. For a big guy, he still runs great routes and has good hands. He’s been playing wideout his entire life. He’s successful on the gridiron because of his freak athletic ability.
“My aggressiveness and my hands are my biggest assets on the field. My size and my height is my biggest advantage. I’m also a strong guy. The corners I go up against, I can tell they don’t really lift as much as I do, so it gives me a great advantage.”
Enoicy might not have to worry about watching the Orange on TV anymore. Odds say he and Brisly could be tearing up ACC defenders for years to come.
Posted by: Kevin Fitzgerald