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Training Camp Profile: WR Quincy Enunwa

Jan 1, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (81) hurdles Buffalo Bills corner back Ronald Darby (28) for a first down during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Jan 1, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (81) hurdles Buffalo Bills corner back Ronald Darby (28) for a first down during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
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Here is a 2017 training camp profile for star wide receiver Quincy Enunwa of the New York Jets. Here’s a look at Enunwa’s previous year, his 2017 prediction and how his training camp will be.

New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa had a breakout season last year. He was arguably the best on the team, and with Eric Decker leaving, he is now the top receiving threat on the team.

2016 SEASON REVIEW

In his 13 starts, Enunwa totaled 857 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 58 receptions. He also had one rush for 12 yards, and one kick return for 54 yards.

2017 SEASON OUTLOOK

It’s hard to say how he will do in 2017 since he doesn’t even have a promised starting quarterback yet, but he definitely has the potential to be a threat for this developing team. The best thing about Enunwa is his body type. He is 6-2, and 225 pounds. This size, as well as his great athleticism, gives him an unfair advantage on small defensive backs. He is able to easily box them out and make the catch.

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Overall, if the quarterback can play well, and if said quarterback has enough time to make throws, then Enunwa should be able to have his first 1,000 receiving yards year.

TRAINING CAMP PREDICTION

As far as training camp goes, Enunwa should do fine. He has a great opportunity to get the feel for every quarterback on the team, which will hopefully benefit both the quarterback and Enunwa.

Barring injury or any off-the-field issues, Enunwa should have no trouble staying on the team, as well becoming the top receiver on the depth chart.

He is definitely the best receiver on the team, and he may even be the best offensive player. If the Jets are to cut him or put him on the bench, then they would be making the worst decision in a long list of bad ones this offseason.

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