Round 4 (119): Rayshawn Jenkins, FS, Miami (Fla.)
This draft class has a lot of talented safeties, and I think the Eagles will want to get their hands on one. Malcolm Jenkins is entering his ninth season. Beyond him and Rodney McLeod, the talent isn’t there.
Overview via NFL.com.
"“One of 16 siblings, Jenkins has had to fight for everything he gets throughout his life — and it shows with his competitive spirit on the field. The former high school quarterback and state track hurdles winner has started at least two games in each of his four active seasons. He started twice as a true freshman (27 tackles, one interception, three pass breakups), then all but one contest in 2013 (46 tackles, three INT, five PBU). Jenkins suffered a herniated disc while weightlifting before the 2014 season, leading him to have surgery and redshirt the year. He started seven games in his comeback junior season (52 tackles, 2.5 for loss, three INT, five PBU) and then earned third-team All-ACC recognition from league media for this 2016 efforts (76 tackles, 4.5 for loss, two INT, seven PBU).”"