DE Chris Enos nearing first offer?

Chris Enos

Chris Enos, a 6'2 234 pound defensive end prospect from Hope Mills, North Carolina, has a busy month of June planned...

Chris Enos, a 6-foot-2, 234-pound defensive end from Hope Mills, North Carolina, has made unofficial visits to Louisville twice, the first for the Cardinals home game against Connecticut last fall, and more recently in March for the program's junior day.

"I've got a whole lot of interest in Louisville," Enos told InsideTheVille.com following his junior day visit. "I like the coaches and the players. I don't have a Top 5 or anything like that, but Louisville is one of my favorites."

While he has yet to collect his first scholarship offer, schools such as East Carolina, James Madison, Louisville, NC State, Tennessee, Virginia and Wake Forest have expressed interest.

"Buffalo has been real interested lately," Enos said on Monday evening. "Coach Lee has been calling me and he told me that I'm going to be getting an offer from them pretty soon. It'll feel great to have the first one and then see what other ones come along."

Enos will spend much of next month showing off his abilities in hopes of landing additional scholarship offers.

"I'm going to spend the entire month of June going to camps," Enos said. "I think I'm signed up for Virginia, NC State, Tennessee, Wake Forest and maybe Buffalo and East Carolina. There are a few others that I want to go to, but they are all on the same day, so I‘m not sure of all of them yet."

While the distance from Louisville and the current gas prices will likely keep Enos from camping at Louisville next month, he does continue to have high interest in the Cardinal program.

"I've talked to Coach Nelson and I know that they have seen how I can play, so I hope they understand if I can't make it."

As for an early list of favorites, Enos prefers to wait until the busy month of June comes to a close.

"I really don't have a favorite right now," Enos said. "I want to get through these camps and then see what happens."

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