Patrick Enewally has proven he can play either cornerback or safety and the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr standout said more schools have gotten involved in his recruitment because of that versatility.
Enewally, a 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star prospect, said more programs are recruiting him to play cornerback and he's especially interested in that position because he feels he can excel there maybe even more than at safety.
"That's what most of the schools want me to play," Enewally said.
"I'm looking forward to playing that position. I like to come down and be physical and actually play man-to-man on the receiver because I'm good with that."
Washington, UCLA, Penn State, Cincinnati, Colorado, Boise State, Washington State and San Jose State are some of the new programs interested in Enewally, rated as the No. 97 recruit in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
The three-star said he feels some of those schools could be close to an offer.
"I'm looking for some of the schools to be offering pretty soon," Enewally said.
So far, the Cerritos Gahr prospect who looked good at multiple 7on7 tournaments this off-season has landed offers from Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Northwestern, San Diego State, Utah and Utah State.
Those new programs will probably have some time to get involved with Enewally, who plans to take all his official visits and not rush a decision soon. He wants to see what happens with some of those teams before he starts scheduling trips.
"I'm probably going to take all five of my official visits during my senior year," Enewally said. "I'm not sure about where I'm going on trips right now."