Found December 24, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
During last years NFL Draft, there was only one person more widely criticized than Janoris Jenkins when talking about the NFL Draft.  That was Vontaze Burfict the standout linebacker from Arizona State who went undrafted because of a locker room fight (Which the media should have never heard about), and a dirty urine at the combine.  Well Burfict has since went on to have a very successful rookie campaign for the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent.  He is looking like one of the bargain players in this draft.  Well another player who was widely criticized was Janoris Jenkins, the former Florida stand out who was amazing in coverage and as a punt returner in college.  Jenkins should have been the first cornerback drafted but because of several issues, such as runs ins with the law that happened two years prior and having children with different baby mamas, as the media called it, Jenkins dropped.  Jenkins didn’t run from the fact that he had run ins with the law, but he di...
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