Everybody knows Jenkins' off-field concerns, but on the field, he has as much talent as any defensive back in this year's draft.
One of the biggest reasons for that is his uncanny ability to find the football.
Jenkins has some of the best read-and-react skills of anybody in college football and (on the field) seems to have great instincts.
Sometimes Jenkins relies his instincts a little too much and can get beat in coverage. Think along the lines of Asante Samuel.
No doubt that Jenkins goes in the first round after impressing some scouts at the combine with his interviews. The question is will a team be willing to use an early pick on a guy with this many character issues.
His ball hawking ability will surely help his cause.