What are your measurements (height, weight and
6’4” with some change, 235 right now, I haven’t
run the forty since high school.
Coming out of high school, what programs showed
interest in you?
Basically a little bit of interest from Big 12
schools, but not a lot. Idaho showed the most
interest and was the only school to offer me a
Why did you choose Idaho?
I liked the coaching staff and the QB’s coach.
They had good energy. I liked the location. It
was far away from home, so I had an opportunity
to grow up faster. It was still a small town,
so it wasn’t a big change for me.
Describe your junior campaign to us.
It was just a lot of hard work. I was throwing
better that season. We came together as a
team. I knew the route concepts of the
receivers and I was making better reads.
What are your expectations for this upcoming
I am working towards the best senior season
possible. I just think that I want to put us in
the situation to win and make good decisions
with the football.
What will be your toughest game
We will take it one game at a time. We can’t
overlook anybody. Nebraska will be a tough
game. They are very talented. The WAC is also
returning a lot of talent.
What is the highlight of your career up to this
The Bowl game was all fun and good. But the
Louisiana Tech game last year where we fought
back was memorable. It sealed the deal for us.
It was a game that propelled us into the Bowl
game. It was a huge thing for the program.
What are your strengths on the football field?
I am smart. I understand the game of football
more now. I do a lot of the play calling at the
line of scrimmage. I understand protection and
where people have to be.
What areas of your game do you
need to improve upon?
Minimize mental mistakes. I need to cut down on
the interceptions. Any QB can tell you the
What does it take to be a leader?
I think that you have to be consistent. You
need to execute and have a positive attitude
every day. Everyone will have tough days. You
have to work through it. It is the biggest key
for a leader. You need to go out there day in
and day out and perform.
Which underclassmen on your team should we keep
an eye on in the future?
I think our two tackles have a chance to extend
their careers. Tyrone Novikoff and Matt
Cleveland, they are both juniors.
Who is your favorite NFL player?
I like QB’s that go out there with a swagger.
Drew Brees has been good, and I was happy that
he won the Super Bowl last year. I have been a
Brett Favre fan since I have been little. He is
What is your favorite NFL team?
Not really. I have always been a Huskers’ fan
since I grew up in Nebraska. Our state doesn’t
have a pro team.
What is the one thing in your daily life that
you can’t live without?
Cooking. I like food and I like eating
healthy. Cooking is a good way to waste some
What makes you unique?
I don’t know. I am a unique character. You
have to get to know me. I am goofy and nerdy.
I like to read and watch Disney movies.
If you could have dinner with anyone out there,
who would it be and why?
Jim Carrey. I like his movies. He is a funny
cat. He makes me laugh.
What are your hobbies?
Cooking. I am an art major, so I like to do
creative stuff like draw. I like to play
Nintendo 64. I am old school.
What is the biggest lesson that
you have learned in life?
The biggest lesson that I have learned is that
you can’t worry about what they say about you
outside the program. It is easy to get caught
up in that. People will talk about you and say
bad stuff, but I have learned to brush things
What do you want to do with your life after your
football career is over?
I want a nice house and a nice kitchen. I
don’t care what I drive. I want to have a good
Finish the sentence, Nathan Enderle is….
A hard worker. I grew up in Nebraska. I have
all of the Midwestern values. I am honest and
upfront. I tell it how it is, and people