Scout's Take: Jenkins had a great game against three time defending state champion Skyline. As he usual, Jenkins caught the ball and ran it out of the backfield for Liberty. He racked up 192 total yards, with 132 coming on the ground. However, in a surprising turn, his biggest addition to the team may have been on defense. Jenkins was given the task of covering five star wide receiver Kasen Williams. He did as good of a job in limiting big plays from Williams as anyone I have ever seen. Most schools are recruiting Jenkins for offense, but his ceiling may be higher at corner.
Jenkins may not be the fastest player on the field, but has great quickness. He
shows an ability to not only break on the ball, but make plays when he gets
there. Toughness and tackling are not an issue for Jenkins, who seems to enjoy
the contact. Most schools are still recruiting for offense, where he may be the
best dual threat weapon in the state. Jenkins can not only catch the ball out of
the backfield, but as you will see in the highlights is just as comfortable
lining up at wide out.
Recruiting: Offers from Wyoming, Air Force, and Eastern Washington. Interest from PAC-10 and Mountain West schools.