Of all the players coming out of the NFL Draft, none may have as many red flags, stop signs and every questionable mark attached to his name as Janoris Jenkins has.
After his junior season at the University of Florida, Jenkins was released from the team for off-field issues with the law and enrolled at North Alabama. Concerns about his maturity and his use of illegal drugs still cloud his future, but there is no denying there is talent there as Jenkins, at 5'10" and 193 pounds, is among the best cover defenders in this draft.
How teams look at Jenkins now as opposed to back in the days from Gainesville is unknown, but if a team is looking for a lockdown cornerback, Jenkins may become the best out of this year's draft.
According to CBSSportsline.com, Jenkins is the 48th-ranked player on its draft board and will be taken in the second round.
Here are some pluses and minuses of Jenkin's game, according to SidelineScouting.com.