High school athletes have a number of people that they look up to as role models. For some it can be a family member or close friend, while others may look up to celebrities or an athlete that plays at a higher level. As a football player, Jaylin Enyart says that he has a few people that he looks up to in his life, but there is a professional football player that he wants to be like.
“Creed Humphrey is someone that I respect,” he said. “He played for the University of Oklahoma and now he plays for the Kansas City Chiefs. He is really good and he works really hard to be great. My dad and my head coach are other people that have impacted my life. My dad has always pushed me to achieve my goals and my coach always has my back and knows I can do anything I set my mind to.”
Enyart is a junior at Wyandotte High School. Along with football, he plays basketball, powerlifting, baseball and he runs track. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and the Future Farmers of America program.
During his career, Jaylin has continued to improve his game and that is reflected when he steps up to compete.
“I spend time getting better in the weight room,” Enyart said. “That is where it all started for me and helped me tremendously in my sports. I keep myself motivated because I want to get better every day and I want to work hard and make my family and coaches proud. I am thankful to be able to play ball with my friends. They have became my family and brothers.”
Wyandotte’s head football coach, Dylan Terry says that Enyart is an outstanding player on the field and he is a great person off the field as well.
“Jalin is a very dedicated person who not only shows this traits on the football field, but also in the classroom,” Terry said. “He has an infectious personality and can get along with anybody. He is extremely involved in FFA and has shown different animals over the years. His abilities on the field as well as the classroom, have continued to expand every year.”