2012 NFL Draft: Janoris Jenkins Falling Out Of Round 1?

Former Florida Gators and South Alabama cornerback Janoris Jenkins has a wealth of talent but also sports a checkered past. Jenkins has known issues with smoking marijuana, and he's the father of four children with three different women. There is a growing belief that Jenkins may have pushed himself out of the first round, despite being forthcoming with teams about his past, according to Peter King of Sports Illustrated.

As I did the magazine's mock draft over the weekend, the one thing I found is a cadre of about 20 picks mentioned throughout the round. South Carolina cornerback Stephon Gilmore, the second corner on the board now that Janoris Jenkins' character has knocked him out of the first round ...

Talent wise, Jenkins is arguably is the second best cover corner in the NFL Draft after LSU's Morris Claiborne, but concerns about his off the field issues may have pushed him way down in the NFL Draft.

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