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Name: Kingsley Enagbare 
College: South Carolina     Number: 52
Height: 6-3   Weight: 270
Position: DE  Pos2: DT
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.68
   40 Time: 4.78
  40 High: 4.87
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Height: 6025
Weight: 270

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 1stC

 Kingsley Enagbare, South Carolina, Player News

  There are concerns, and rightly so, about South Carolina's offense in 2021. A new quarterback, a fleet of anonymous wide receivers and the knowledge that the Gamecocks can't run the ball on every down doesn't inspire great expectations. The offense can't ask the defense to score for it. The defense, led by a deep and nasty line, can ask the offense to score just 21 points a game. They'll take care of the rest. "The aggression isn't coming from the blitzing, it's moreso the mentality. The way we attack everything," said J.J. Enagbare, who led the Gamecocks with six sacks last season. "This new defense is basically letting the D-line rush and get more opportunities and get more sacks and production from all of us. We know what we need to do to do what we want to do."

Shane Beamer didn't inherit a roster full of star athletes but his defensive line room is one that didn't need a lot of help. Enagbare returns along with Aaron Sterling, Jordan Burch, Zacch Pickens, Tonka Hemingway, Rick Sandidge and Jabari Ellis. USC added Georgia State pass-rusher extraordinaire Jordan Strachan and Sumter native Keem Green, last seen making a handful of tackles for Nebraska. With new line coach Jimmy Lindsey and new defensive coordinator Clayton White, the line knows it's expected to be the strength of this year's defense, if not the entire team. - The Post and Courier

(DS#2 DE) Sr/2022 DE Kingsley EnagbareSouth Carolina
News Source: The Post and Courier
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  Call them what you want: Bucks, Edges, pass rushers. All Kingsley Enagbare knows is this - his position group for South Carolina football has some dogs. For a defensive unit undergoing major changes at linebacker and defensive back, the Gamecocks return a lot of talent along the defensive line. And on the ends in particular, they have a plethora of playmakers. Enagbare, who finished last year tops on the team and tied for fifth in the SEC in sacks, is back for his senior season. Fifth-year senior Aaron Sterling returns after struggling with injury last season, looking to regain the form that made him the team's co-sack leader in 2019 with Javon Kinlaw. And behind them are the Jordans - sophomore and former five-star recruit Jordan Burch is hoping to build off a freshman season in which he flashed major potential, and transfer Jordan Strachan is coming in from Georgia State, where he was nation's co-leader in sacks last season.

"We definitely see ourselves as the strength of this team...We have several dogs in our room," Enagbare said. "And, yeah, we definitely came to break records and do all that and just shock the world and show what we're about." Enagbare and Sterling have combined for 20 career sacks at South Carolina, while Strachan had 10.5 in last season alone. Burch has yet to get his first collegiate sack, but with his enormous ability, it's only a matter of time. So will there be a little friendly competition in the edge room to see who can take down the QB the most this spring or fall? "I'm always inviting competition, but it's really not competition," Enagbare said. "We're all just going at it, trying to make plays and produce...I'm expecting a lot of production from all of us." - Rock Hill Herald

(DS#2 DE) Sr/2022 DE Kingsley EnagbareSouth Carolina
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  2020 ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Kingsley Enagbare, South Carolina,...Enagbare, a 6-4 junior from Atlanta, Ga., played and started eight games for the Gamecocks in 2020 and led the SEC with three forced fumbles and was second in the league with 6.0 sacks. Enagbare had 30 tackles on the year, seven of them for a loss. - South Carolina Football

(DS#2 DE) Sr/2022 DE Kingsley EnagbareSouth Carolina
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