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Old 04-30-2011, 12:03 AM   #1
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41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

9(41) Washington Jarvis Jenkins - DT - Clemson

What he brings: Jenkins has excellent size and his greatest strength is defending the run, where he gets good hand placement and can shed blocks, but he needs a more violent punch. He flashes as a pass rusher but still needs development in the area. He could eventually become a pressure guy who hurries quarterbacks but does not bring them to the ground.

How he fits: As we know, NT is critical in the 3-4 defense, which was a disaster in 2010. Albert Haynesworth will likely be gone, Ma?ake Kemoeatu has never really recovered from an injury and that leaves backup Anthony Bryant as a potential starter. Coordinator Jim Haslett can play a lot of different fronts and Jenkins can play on the nose, over the guard or even shaded, and with a group of DEs that are pedestrian at best, he could also settle at that position. The Redskins are quietly really strengthening their front seven.
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:36 AM   #2
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

You can't get worse than Kedric Golston as a DE. Let's hope he can make it happen.
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:57 AM   #3
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

Round 2, Pick 9: Washington Redskins - 2011 NFL Draft - NFL - Sporting News




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Targeting him at 3-4 end, the Redskins go with a Clemson lineman not named Da'Quan Bowers.

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Jenkins was overshadowed much of his college career by teammate Da'Quan Bowers, but due to Bowers' knee injury Jenkins ends up getting drafted higher. Jenkins is a great fit for the Redskins as he has the talent to play either end or tackle in the 3-4 scheme because of his excellent combination of size, playing strength and athleticism that is very hard to find. He should earn a starting job early in his career and become a very good all-around starter.
Against the run: Makes his biggest impact against the run and will earn his keep in the NFL. Does a good job of taking on run blocks with good base/leverage. Can anchor and hold his ground against one-on-one and double-team run blocks. Has consistently shown the ability to stand up the blocker and clog up the hole to stop running plays at him. Grade: 8.5

Pass rush: Is consistently productive collapsing the pocket when he bull rushes aggressively and gets good backfield penetration shooting gaps. Has no real variety of pass-rush moves and usually gets tied up and kept on the line of scrimmage. Grade: 6.0

Initial quickness: Is consistently quick off the ball for a nose tackle, which enables him to be a constantly disruptive force. Can jolt and drive offensive linemen backward into the quarterback's lap when he bull rushes aggressively. Is able to keep the blocker on his back and has the speed to chase down plays in pursuit. Can drive through contact in the gap and blow up a play in the backfield. Has an explosive closing burst to the ballcarrier to finish plays. Grade: 7.5

Run/pass recognition: Is a instinctive defender who sniffs out the play quickly. Gets moving quickly at the snap of the ball because of his instincts and snap anticipation. Has a real knack for finding the ballcarrier in traffic. Grade: 8.0

Pursuit/tackling: Has the speed to chase down the ballcarrier and make the tackle when left unblocked on the backside. Uses his strength to consistently get his man to the ground, even when he can only get one hand on the ballcarrier. Grade: 8.0

Bottom line: Jenkins is a big, thick-bodied defensive tackle who jumped off film when our scouts initially evaluated him in 2009 and then continued impressing with his play in 2010. He consistently makes tackles and disrupts plays so that the offense cannot run successfully. While he can be a productive starting 2-gap defensive tackle in a 4-3 scheme, his value is highest as a nose tackle in a 3-4 defense. Many may not view Jenkins as highly as we think of him, but he has the talent to become a solid starter in the NFL.
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

This guy can probably do both, in the end is a win-win.
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well this answered my question..Hes a DE guys!

That means we can still get Jerrell Powe at NT!!!

SS you know how high the skins are on him? I know they went to his pro day
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Besides the best way to make a Shanahan coached team, or any team for that matter, is versatility. 309 now, only 5 pounds less then Hamptons combine weight. Should be easy enough for him to put on 10 to 20 pounds of good weight.
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

I read a statement from him (don't remember where) that he was told the Skins would play him at NT. I think NT was a much bigger need for us than a 3-4 DE
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

This guy only repped 225lbs 17 times and the combine...how much of a nose tackle could he be? I would have drafted that kid from Oregon State.

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This guy only repped 225 17 times and the combine...how much of a nose tackle could he be?
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Yeah, we're going to need twice as many pledges in this years lift-a-thon.

He's getting the same numbers as WRs. He's going to get man handled unless this guy gets strong real fast and works on his stamina.
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

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This guy only repped 225lbs 17 times and the combine...how much of a nose tackle could he be? I would have drafted that kid from Oregon State.

Weak: Scout.com: Plenty left to prove at pro day
That is truly pathetic for a guy his size. I way about 194 lbs and can rep out 20+ (225 lbs) on a good day.

...Shanny has rarely been able to spot defensive talent, right?
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That is truly pathetic for a guy his size. I way about 194 lbs and can rep out 20+ (225 lbs) on a good day.

...Shanny has rarely been able to spot defensive talent, right?
I think Shanny doesn't give a shit because he probably believes the team's conditioning program would fix up any strength issues the chaps have.
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he can get stronger and bigger, he has the right frame though so no worries. I'm also thinking Shanny doesn't have the final say on defensive talent.
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He'll be a NT and it's a solid pick but I think Marvin Austin would have been better IMO
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Re: 41st Pick: Javaris Jenkins - NT - Clemson

I still thought there were better NT's available (Austin, Ellis, Paea), Bowers got 15.5 sacks so Jenkins was collapsing the pocket and drawing double teams, but he must get stronger (17 reps).
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