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There's little doubt that Janoris Jenkins is a first-round talent.
Jenkins makes up for his smaller stature by being very quick, and he has a great eye for the football. His speed is above average, and he's probably the quickest defensive player in the draft.
Jenkins is extremely aggressive when the ball is in the air, which masks his smaller stature a bit.
Although he is a high-risk/high-reward player, Jenkins could have the most potential of any defensive back in the draft.
Jenkins' biggest problems are off the field. He's been arrested on multiple occasions, leading to his dismissal from the University of Florida.
The character flaws are something that Detroit needs to consider. With a team that already has one big questionable character (see: Suh), the last thing Detroit would want is a player like Adam "Pacman" Jones, who had his share of legal troubles.
On the field, his only real flaw is his press coverage. Because of his size, he's not the best at defending in man coverage, especially against a larger receiver.
Detroit drafting Janoris Jenkins would be a huge risk for the team. While he has the potential to be one of the better corners in the league, he also has the potential to fizzle out like Jones did.
While Jenkins has the highest ceiling of anyone on this list, he also has the chance to be one of the biggest busts.