College Career:

WSU long snapper #63 Zach Enyeart is upside down during a punt drill at practice in Martin Stadium on the Pullman  campus Wednesday August 19, 2009.  CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON

Coach Zach Enyeart served as the starting long snapper for Washington State University for four straight seasons after redshirting his true-freshman year. In his four years at Washington State, Enyeart would start 47 games in his career and provide numurous clutch snaps during the 2008 apple cup on field goals by Nico Grasu that would send the game into overtime, and later win the game in overtime. After establishing himself as one of the best long snappers in the Country, Enyeart would gain national attention after making one of the first ever long snapping trick shot videos that would later be shown on various shows on the ESPN network.


High School Career:

Coach Zach Enyeart attended Skyline High School in Samamish, Washington. At Skyline, Enyeart served as the teams Varsity Long Snapper for all four years helping the team go 14-0 on their road to winning a State Title as a senior. Enyeart also served as the teams center where he would go on to receive first team All-KinCo and All-League honors his Senior season