Found September 17, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:

There is no doubt of the freakish talent of St. Louis Rams’ Janoris Jenkins, in a position – cornerback – that requires freakish talent, the question is whether or not he will live up to being the second true freshman to start at the corner back position for the University of Florida.


From there the current St. Louis Rams cornerback took a bit of a dive. After being cited for two drug related arrests in three months Jenkins was released from the Gator program in April 2011 and played his senior season with the University of North Alabama.


The man stands 5’11” at 195 pounds and ran a 40 time of 4.46 seconds at the 2012 NFL Combine; but his three arrests, two drug related and one concerning a fight outside a bar red-flagged him for most college programs not to mention NFL consideration.… Read more

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