STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Solomon Enis, the 4-star wide receiver and son of legendary former Nittany Lion Curtis Enis, will not be coming to Happy Valley after all.
Enis, who played his high school ball at North Canyon High School in Phoenix, Arizona, announced his commitment to Utah on Wednesday afternoon during a signing day celebration at his school. Enis chose Utah over Penn State, USC and Arizona State.
Enis attended Penn State's Fiesta Bowl victory last month and also took an official visit to State College this past season. However, with three other wide receivers already signed in Penn State's 2018 class the Nittany Lions are still in a fine spot. With Justin Shorter, Daniel George and Jahan Dotson all already signed during the early signing period Penn State still landed a strong haul of receivers in this class. The Lions also redshirted three wide receivers this past season in KJ Hamler, Cameron Sullivan-Brown and Mac Hippenhammer.
With athlete Shaquon Anderson-Butts going the junior college route, offensive tackle Rasheed Walker signing with Penn State and Enis headed to Utah, Penn State's 2018 class sits at 23 members and in all likelihood could stay that way.
James Franklin will meet with the media at 3:15 p.m. to discuss Penn State's 2018 signees.