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Janoris Jenkins is a cornerback from the University of North Alabama that is being projected as a high first rounder in the NFL draft.
Jenkins was a Parade magazine All-American when he signed with the University of Florida in 2008.
While playing for the Gators, Jenkins had eight interceptions and recorded 121 tackles in three season.
However, in 2009 Jenkins was arrested in Gainesville for fighting and resisting arrest.
In 2010 Jenkins was dismissed from the team for two marijuana possession charges within just three months.
Jenkins transferred to North Alabama for his senior season where he has been great on special teams but just average on defense.
So far this season, he has returned two punts for touchdowns. He has averaged 28.6 yards on kickoff returns. He has 48 tackles, one sack, one interception and has even returned a fumble for a touchdown.
Hopefully Jenkins' legal problems are behind him, but it's a little easier to keep your nose clean in Florence, Alabama.
If not, you may be drafting a kick returner who is more trouble than he is worth.