Enzo Jennings is a standout from Oak Park High School in Michigan who is headed to Penn State.
There’s some old school in Jennings’ game. He lines up all over the defense for Oak Park, with considerable time at safety early in his career and corner thereafter.
At 6-1 he has the length to play either spot effectively, challenging wide receivers at the line of scrimmage at corner and profiling as an enforcer at safety.
Jennings can play the alley well and bring pop behind his pads upon contact. In this day and age of prolific aerial attacks, Jennings talent shines brightest when the ball is in the air. His combination of physical ability and instincts makes him a player the quarterback must account for on every play.
He has the range to come off the hash and deter a completion while possessing the awareness and body control to contest the ever-popular 50-50 ball. The skills could make him an ideal zone corner or safety in the Power Five with the ability to play the run and pass on equal fronts.
2019 SI All-American Offensive Team:
WR Malachi Wideman, FSU (Why Wideman? Highlights)
OL Nate Anderson, Oklahoma (Why Anderson? Highlights)
2019 SI All-American Defensive Team:
DL Jordan Burch, Uncommitted (Why Burch? Highlights)
LB Justin Flowe, Uncommitted (Why Flowe? Highlights)
DB Kelee Ringo, Uncommitted (Why Ringo? Highlights)
DB Enzo Jennings, Penn State (Why Jennings? Highlights)
ATH Avantae Williams, Uncommitted (Why Williams? Highlights)