Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa has signed his contract, becoming the fourth Jets draft choice to officially join the team in the past two days.
As a senior, Enunwa set Nebraska's single-season receiving touchdown record with 12, including a 99-yard TD catch in the Gator Bowl win over Georgia that has gone in the history books as the longest reception in bowl-game history, breaking the record of 95 yards set 49 years earlier.
"I like to say that I have a physicality with the 4.4 40 that I ran. It shows that I have some speed as well." Enunwa (6'2", 225) said shortly after being drafted by the Green & White. "Now I just want to come in here and compete with my size and speed and hopefully earn myself a job."
To earn himself a job on the 53-man roster, he'll have to be among the top five or six of a group that includes a pair of fellow draft choices (Jalen Saunders and Shaq Evans, both fourth-round selections), two offseason free agent acquisitions (Eric Decker and Jacoby Ford) and another eight returning veterans.