SENIOR (2012): Played in the season-opener against Butler, recorded an interception... suffered a season-ending injury.
SENIOR (2011): Redshirted. Received Commissoner's Academic Excellence Award from the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
JUNIOR (2010): Received the Academic Excellence Award from the Missouri Valley Football Conference... transferred to Western in January from Delta College... earned the start in his first game... made an assisted tackle... four solo stops at Purdue... had five tackles at home versus Sam Houston State... third on the team recording six tackles in the win over Indiana State... finished with three tackles at North Dakota State... season-high seven stops at South Dakota State... made five tackles, including four solos, against Illinois State... also broke up a pass against the Redbirds and recorded his first interception... two tackles at Southern Illinois... broke up two passes in the win over Northern Iowa... saw action in the playoff win at Coastal Carolina.
AT DELTA COLLEGE: Made 49 tackles his sophomore year helping team to 5-5 record... recorded season-high 11 stops with two interceptions against Sequoias... made team-leading nine tackles against Reedley... had eight stops and an interception against then top-ranked Butte... six stops, including a sack, one interception and two pass break-ups against Sacramento City... seven tackles in the finale against West Hills... five tackles against Fresno City... in 2008 Delta won the Hawaiian Punch Championship.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 19, 1988 in Glencoe, Calif.... his father has been a major influence, "For always being there for me."... No. 1 sports highlight was getting two interceptions and the game-winning touchdown against Ripon... most admires his high school coach Roger Canepa, "He is always willing to give up his time for his players."... enjoys skiing, paintball, fishing and hunting... favorite professional team is the Oakland Raiders... favorite music group is Slipknot... son of Paul and Christina Enderlein.
MAJOR: Exercise Science