Men's basketball adds Division II guard Preston Enloe
The Central Michigan men's basketball team has added Preston Enloe from Division II Tarleton State University.
He played two seasons for the Texans and came off the bench for the majority of his time in Stephenville, Texas.
In 51 career games, Enloe averaged 5.4 points per game on 40-percent shooting and shot 42-percent from 3-point territory. He is also a 74-percent free throw shooter.
CMU head coach Keno Davis has found gems with transfer students, namely last season with guards Shawn Roundtree Jr. and Larry Austin Jr. Enloe is another guard joining the Chippewas as a transfer student. He will be a junior for the 2019-20 season.
With the addition of 6-foot 3-inch, 185-pound Enloe, the Chippewas will have a shooter to likely come off the bench similar to the role that junior guard Matt Beachler did a season ago.
Enloe comes from Hebron High School in Carrollton, Texas where he averaged 18 points, four rebounds and 2.4 3-pointers per game. He was ranked No. 49 in the state of Texas by TexasHoops.com.