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4-star DL Enow Etta announces top 4 schools

Peter Warren06/22/22
Article written by:On3 imagePeter Warren

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Enow Etta
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Colleyville (Texas) Covenant Christian Academy four-star defensive lineman Enow Etta has announced his top four schools: Alabama, Michigan, Michigan State and Stanford.

Etta is the No. 139 overall recruit in the 2023 cycle, according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

He is the No. 132 prospect in the 2023 On300 ranking.

He currently has an On3 NIL Valuation of $109k. The On3 NIL Valuation is an index that looks to set the standard market value for both high school and college-level athletes. The NIL valuation does not act as a tracker of the value of NIL deals an athlete has completed to date. It rather signifies an athlete’s value at a certain moment in time.

The Wolverines are the heavy favorites to land Etta at 96.2%, according to the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine.

Etta caught up with The Wolverine before his official visit this past weekend and explained his interest in Michigan.

“It really has the best of both worlds,” Etta said. “I want to do engineering and computer science. I believe they are the No. 7 engineering school in the country. On the football side, they just won the Big Ten championship last year. The football is a no-brainer. The academics are big. I don’t really see that anywhere else. I love the staff there. I hope Coach (Jim) Harbaugh stays. Coach (Mike) Elston is great. Michigan is one of my top schools no matter what.”

RPM was released to the public in December. The On3 engineering group teamed up with Spiny.ai to create the industry’s first algorithm and machine learning-based product to predict where athletes will attend college. 

It factors in machine learning, social sentiment, visits and historical trends. However, expert predictions are still a big piece of the RPM equation.