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Rayshawn Jenkins isn't wearing a black jersey (reserved for starters) but has thoroughly impressed the coaching staff so far this spring. As reported by the Miami Herald, Jenkins is a “Very gifted raw talent,” UM coach Al Golden said of Jenkins. “He’s an explosive player that can play big.”
The key word in that quote is "raw." Jenkins, just a sophomore, is raw and needs work to steal the starting position from Deon Bush or Alonzo Highsmith this season at safety, but don't think for one second that he doesn't have the skills to do so.
From what I have seen of Jenkins last year and this spring, he has nothing to lose and everything to gain. I honestly see this kid getting more than the two starts that he got last year.