Jordan Jenkins has no interest in switch 

January, 17, 2012
Fans who tuned in to the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan. 5 were treated to see an unusual site: defensive end Jordan Jenkins (Hamilton, Ga./Harris Co.), who would soon after commit to Georgia, playing defensive tackle.

According to his father, Ronald Jenkins, defensive tackles were lacking on the Black team and Jordan was asked to slide over and help. Jenkins agreed quickly to help out, and the 6-foot-3, 228-pound standout spent a lot of the week leading up to the game crashing into the top offensive linemen in the country, many of whom outweighed him by 75 pounds or more.

Despite being out of his natural position, Jenkins responded well, tying the UA All-America record for tackles in a game with eight, and recording two sacks. His performance was so impressive that Georgia defensive line coach Rodney Garner might be salivating at the thought of Jenkins suiting up on his line.
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