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Cornerback Janoris Jenkins is a big-time talent—there is no denying that. But his decisions off the field forced teams to pass on him during the 2012 NFL draft. Jenkins wound up landing with the St. Louis Rams at No. 39, but he was probably a top-15 pick based purely on talent.
Jenkins is one of the best pure cover corners to enter the NFL in some time. He just has an incredible, uncanny ability to stick to the man he is covering. That said, he also had an uncanny ability to get into trouble during his first collegiate stop at Florida.
He was involved in a fight at Florida in 2009. Then, in April of 2010, he was kicked off the football team after being arrested twice in three months on drug-related charges. Then in 2011, while at North Alabama, he was booted from the Delta State game for throwing a punch.
With so many character red flags, Jenkins is certainly a risk for the Rams. He will need to prove he can behave both on and off the field to earn the team's trust.