51 Mitch Enright
Mitch Enright

Hometown:
Southlake, Texas

High School:
Southlake Carroll

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 266

Position:
OL

Experience:
SR-3L


Junior (2008): Played in just three games... Suffered a hand injury and played just once more after the Texas State win... A member of the Rimington Trophy Watch List... Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Football Team and the Conference USA Football All-Academic Team... Is enrolled in SMU's prestigious Cox School of Business and is pursuing his MBA after graduating with an undergraduate degree in management in just three years; Sophomore (2007): Started all 12 games at center... Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Football Team... Winner of the Conference USA Academic Medal and a member of the Commissioner's Honor Roll; Freshman (2006): Earned his first letter after playing in five games along the offensive line... Was a member of the travel squad all season... Winner of the Conference USA Academic Medal and a member of the Commissioner's Honor Roll; 2005: Redshirted... Winner of the Conference USA Academic Medal and a member of the Commissioner's Honor Roll; Prep: A four-year starter at Southlake Carroll, anchoring the line for a squad that went 56-2 in his tenure and won the 2004 mythical national championship... Team went 15-0 as a senior and won the 5A state title... Allowed zero sacks on 475 team pass attempts in 2004... Averaged five pancake blocks per game, grading out at 92 percent for the season... A first-team All-State and All-District selection... An Area Top 100 player according to the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Rivals.com... Ranked as the No. 88 player in Texas according to SuperPrep... A member of Dave Campbell's Texas Top 300... Chose SMU over Oklahoma State, Baylor and Tulsa; Personal: Graduated with a Management degree...Pursuing an MBA in Marketing and Strategic Leadership.