Former Mr. Football takes over Bradford football program

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Former NFL and Penn State RB Curtis Enis.

It’s being reported that former Ohio Mr. Football winner and Penn
State star Curtis Enis has been named the head football coach at
Bradford High School. Enis earned Mr. Football honors in 1993 while playing at tiny
Mississinawa Valley. A Parade
All-American, Enis ran for over 3,000 career yards and 36 TDs at Penn
State. He played three years in the NFL with the Chicago Bears.


It’s being reported that former Ohio Mr. Football winner and Penn
State star Curtis Enis has been named the head football coach at
Bradford High School.

Enis earned Mr. Football honors in 1993 while playing at tiny, rural
Mississinawa Valley, a member of the Cross County Conference. A Parade
All-American, Enis ran for over 3,000 career yards and 36 TDs at Penn
State. He played three years in the NFL with the Chicago Bears.

Enis takes over for former Bradford coach and athletic director Gary
Miller Jr. who was named the new AD at Marion Harding on June 8.

Enis’ first head coaching job will not be an easy one.

Bradford, also a member of the CCC, has had one winning season (6-4 in 2007) since going 5-5 in 1993.

The last two years the Railroaders are 2-18, but there are heightened
expectations this season.

Bradford has played a lot of underclassmen the last few years and will
continue that trend with a solid sophomore class that went undefeated
two years ago en route to winning the CCC junior high championship.

Two sophomores who will see substantial action are QB/DB James Canan
and RB/LB Luke Hafer.

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