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The New York Jets selected wide receiver Quincy Enunwa in the 6th round of the 2014 NFL Draft. At 6 foot 2, 225 pounds and with a 4.4 forty, Enunwa turned heads as a potential late round steal due to his physical attributes. He basically red-shirted his rookie year but last season newly hired Offensive Coordinator Chan Gailey found creative ways to utilize one of the most athletic players on the Jets roster. Despite not putting up flashy stats (22 receptions, 315 yards in 12 games), Enunwa was quietly an x-factor on a Jets offense that exceeded expectations. 

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