With three more commitments, the Owls have 14 players for the recruiting class of 2019
Detroit was one of seven teams Enechionyia worked out for prior to the draft.
The offensive lineman from South Jersey's Eastern High was a first-team all-conference selection.
The list of candidates is reportedly down to three. The Washington Post reports that Kraft is believed to be the front-runner.
Enechionyia said teams told him they want to see improvement in rebounding and defense, but that they like his perimeter game.
Quarshie was recruited as a defensive lineman, but was an Inquirer first-team all-South Jersey selection on offense for the 12-0 Wildcats.
The graduating senior will attend Milford Academy in the fall and enroll at Temple in January
Temple will have home-and-home series with seven teams.
The Dragons and Owls are both in rebuilding phases, and that was evident Friday in the first round of the Penn Mutual Collegiate National Rugby Championship at Chester's Talen Energy Stadium.
These are local athletes who also excelled as students.
Rose had workouts with five NBA teams and he said he benefited from the experience.
The commitments came after Temple's football camp on Sunday.
The former Owls center lost his left leg in 2016. His new goal: the 2024 Paralympics.