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Janoris Jenkins appears headed to Division II

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Considered a potential candidate for the supplemental draft after getting booted out of Florida, it appears Janoris Jenkins will stay in college football for another year.

John Taylor at CFT passes along a report that Jenkins appears to be headed to North Alabama, a Division II school.

Jenkins will try to rehab his image and reputation while dominating players at a lower level, rather than enter the NFL so soon after smoking himself off Florida’s team.

Jenkins could have been the first player to attack the legality of the draft, but it appears he has bigger issues in mind for now: His 2012 draft stock.

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11 Responses to “Janoris Jenkins appears headed to Division II”
  1. kidwithhelmet says: May 12, 2011 10:36 AM

    Smart decision for a person that has lacked the ability to make them recently.

  2. mondzy805 says: May 12, 2011 10:54 AM

    Was projected as a 1st round, now lost it all due to Stress. With, sticks and seeds, I may add. Dude still gonna get drafted, by not in the 1st round.

  3. willycents says: May 12, 2011 11:34 AM

    LMAO “could have been the first player to attack the legality of the draft.” Same as “I did not get hired so I am gonna sue your butt off” He is an undrafted free agent which, IMAO, means he has the right to attempt to apply to any team. Where is the problem with the draft in his current situation? Does that mean that the other thousand undrafted players also have the right to sue over being undrafted?
    Long reach here, Gregg, long reach to make that claim.

  4. dansnyder says: May 12, 2011 11:37 AM

    Ah man this guy is a clown that NEEDS to be in the NFL. At the least he might provide some good quotes. I’ll also say I was confused with the title cause at first I was thinking of the DE/NT the Redskins took in the 2nd round, Jarvis Jenkins.

  5. zone44blitz says: May 12, 2011 12:07 PM

    4th rounder at best, due to character issues.

  6. ryanmallettsbluntwrap says: May 12, 2011 12:16 PM

    4th round ? Looks like what your smoking is better then Janoris , he is a lock for a first round pick , would have been top 15 if he came out this year (without the recent arrests) . Someone will take a chance on him and he will be a steal IF he can stay out of trouble .

  7. jagmania65 says: May 12, 2011 12:45 PM

    @willycents – Jenkins had not declared for the 2011 draft, so the NFL doesn’t consider him in the same category as those players that went undrafted this year. For a change, Rosenthal makes a good point – Jenkins could have decided to attack the draft or declare for the 2011 Supplemental draft. Instead he will take his chances in 2012.

  8. thekingdp says: May 12, 2011 1:43 PM

    willycents says:
    May 12, 2011 11:34 AM
    LMAO “could have been the first player to attack the legality of the draft.” Same as “I did not get hired so I am gonna sue your butt off” He is an undrafted free agent which, IMAO, means he has the right to attempt to apply to any team. Where is the problem with the draft in his current situation? Does that mean that the other thousand undrafted players also have the right to sue over being undrafted?
    Long reach here, Gregg, long reach to make that claim.

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    Maybe if you knew what the hell you’re talking about, your argument would make more sense, moron. He never entered this year’s draft, so he’s NOT an undrafted free agent, dumb ass. He was kicked off the team in late April right before the draft. He can either enter the Supplemental Draft, or go to a D2 school like he did. Long reach here, Willy, long reach to make that claim.

  9. thereisalwaysnextyear says: May 12, 2011 1:48 PM

    Why not D 1-AA or whatever they call it now? He’s get a lot more cred re:playing competition

  10. sf987 says: May 12, 2011 2:16 PM

    aka, I don’t have any money and need to get on scholarship. UNA’s had a substantial number of D-1 cast-offs, like Preston Parker (booted from FSU); so the coaching staff’s probably got a high tolerance level

  11. mrcowpatty says: May 12, 2011 2:53 PM

    Odds are he will playing for a prison team before he plays in the NFL.

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