40 David Eneberg
|High School:||Kamiak HS '02|
2006: Listed as a starter at strong-side inside linebacker on preseason depth chart. Was selected as Eastern's defensive co-captain at the end of spring practices. 2005: Earned honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference honors. Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. Started EWU's first 10 games at strong-side inside linebacker before an ankle injury kept him out of one game entirely and limited him in the NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs against Northern Iowa (11/26/05). His average of 5.5 tackles per game ranked 27th in the Big Sky. He had a season-high nine tackles versus Portland State (10/1/05) and one game earlier had eight versus Idaho State (9/24/05). He won the team's big hit of the week award against Portland State (10/1/05). 2004: Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. Started Eastern's last five games of the season at strong-side inside linebacker when senior Doug Vincent was lost for the season with a foot injury. He knocked away a fourth-down pass in overtime that gave Eastern a 51-44 victory over Montana State (11/13/04) and a berth in the I-AA Playoffs. He finished with 57 tackles to rank third on the team, including 41 in his five games as a starter. He ranked 38th in the Big Sky Conference with an average of 4.8 tackles per game. He had a career-high 11 against MSU and 10 a week later in a 35-31 victory over No. 1-ranked and top-seeded Southern Illinois (11/20/04) in the I-AA Playoffs. He was selected as team Defensive Player of the Week once, and also won the Big Hit award twice and the Big Play award once. In the spring, he was one of nine Eagles given off-season strength and conditioning awards by strength and conditioning coach Darin Lovat. 2003: Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. Did not start, but was a backup linebacker and special teams standout. He had a high of nine tackles against Montana (11/15/03) and one game earlier had an interception versus Montana State (11/8/03). 2002: Redshirted. Was selected as Scout Team Player of the Year on defense. HS: Graduated from Kamiak HS in 2002. Had 334 tackles in his high school career, including 21 for losses. Selected by the Seattle Times as a "White Chip" selection as one of the top 80 recruits in the state of Washington. Played in the All-State game. Selected by the Everett Herald as its All-Area Defensive Player of the Year. Was a first team All-Wesco League South Division selection as both a linebacker and running back his senior season as the Knights finished 9-2. He led the team in tackles with 150 as the Knights allowed just 14.6 points per game. He set a school record with an average of 10 yards per carry as he helped lead Kamiak to a 30-5 record and three playoff berths, including a semifinal appearance in 2000. Was captain and selected as the team's most inspirational player as a senior and also lettered four years in track and field. Had a 3.6 grade point average in high school. Personal: Born 8/10/83 in Chester, Mont. General management major.