VIDEO: 49ers' A.J. Jenkins Interviews New Teammate LaMichael James

There were several incoming rookie duos in attendance at the NFLPA's Rookie Premiere, including the Colts' Andrew Luck and Dwayne Allen, the Browns' Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden, and the 49ers' duo of A.J. Jenkins and LaMichael James.

San Francisco selected Jenkins at the end of Round 1 with the No. 30 pick, while James went one round later at pick No. 61. In Los Angeles at the Premiere, it was first rounder Jenkins who took control of the mic and served as a correspondent for SB Nation, interviewing his new teammate James.

While being interviewed by Jenkins, the former Oregon Ducks running back displayed instant brand awareness, citing Nike as the first reason why his experience playing at Oregon was great. While Robert Griffin III was quick to plug his adidas shoes, James is especially happy that Nike has taken over as the new supplier of NFL uniforms. He's been well-trained.

Check out Jenkins' full interview of James below:

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