Troubled 2012 NFL draft prospect CB Janoris Jenkins is scheduled to meet with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, according to Ralph Vacchiano or the New York Daily News.
Based on just his skill level, most draft scouts have Jenkins rated as a first-round caliber cornerback in this year’s draft. However, it’s his off-the-field issues that have lowered his draft stock to a second-rounder, at best.
Some teams may have even completely removed him from their draft boards altogether.
Jenkins’ trouble started during his sophomore season in 2009 when he was arrested for fighting and resisting arrest (without violence). During a three month span in 2011, he was arrested two more times for possession of marijuana.
In April of 2011, Jenkins was kicked out of the University of Florida and transferred to North Alabama where he played out his senior season.
In addition to the arrests, marijuana consumption and failed drug tests, Jenkins also found time to fat...