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2008 Intro: Chris Enos

HOPE MILLS, N.C. --- After an ankle injury set back his recruitment, a solid showing at the U.S. Army All-American Combine helped put things back on track for Chris Enos.

"It was actually a really good experience," said Enos. "I think what really caught the coaches' attentions was when we did the one-on-ones and the double teams. A lot of them told me I did really good." Although the performance didn't result in any scholarship offers, schools – such as Connecticut, Louisville, North Carolina, and Virginia – increased their recruiting efforts. Enos, a 6-foot-... Recommended Stories

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