It might surprise some people where A.J. Jenkins goes on Saturday. He isn't going in the first or second round, but might end up at the top of the third round.
There are a variety of different reasons for this.
First, teams rarely ignore talent as it stares them in the face. Second, Jenkins has that talent. Pretty clear-cut talent in terms of speed and athleticism.
This article is going to focus on five reasons why the former Illini standout is going to be a good wide receiver in the National Football League.