Vic Enwere is as dynamic as they come at the running back position. Standing 6'1" and 208 lbs, Enwere is the rare combination of power and speed. The junior from Stephen F Austin HS in Sugarland runs a 4.46 -40 while being able to power over defenders.
"My game is somewhat unique. I come with a combination of power, speed, and quickness. Not too many running backs my size can move as quickly as I do. My game is explosive and dynamic," said Enwere.
Even with solid physical talents, Enwere knows playing smart is also a critical component to being successful.
"I like to think I'm smart on the field, I understand what's going on. I understand what's in front of me and what the defense is giving me," said Enwere. "I understand what needs to be done to win football games."
utsa has been in contact with Enwere and he will be in San Antonio for the Junior Day on Feb. 16.
"I know they (UTSA) are a new program," said Enwere. "I want to see if they have something building that I can contribute to."
Many schools have been in contact with Enwere. In addition to SMU, Enwere expects to pick up an offer from UNT and Houston in the coming weeks. Ole Miss, Missouri, and Kansas State have also shown interest.
"I'm looking at bunch of different places and UTSA is one of the places I'm going to take a look at," said Enwere. "The door is fully open. I want to see what UTSA has to offer."
Beyond football, Enwere is also looking for a quality education along with being able to form relationships with coaches and players.
"The school's academics are very important to me. The coaching staff and players are also important," said Enwere. "I want to be in a place where there's a good atmosphere and will feel like home. It doesn't really matter where the location is, I want to go there and feel that I want to be there."
In 2012, Enwere had 1500 rushing yards with 17 touchdowns.