"My parents loved it when I showed it to them," Jenkins said. "It's a pretty good move. I'm not gonna jump all the time. But I'd rather jump over somebody trying to cut me rather than trying to play it, because it slows you down sometimes. And jumping over them you can just keep going with the rush."
"I got tired of getting cut," he said. "And Brendan Douglas cut me the play before, and I tried it in the first scrimmage. It didn't work. The second time I said, all right I know he's gonna cut. So I went to jump, and he didn't cut, and the next thing I know I'm in the air over him. So I kept going for it.
"I really stole that from (Jadeveon) Clowney. I saw it, and said, Hell if Clowney can do it I know I can do it, because I know I can jump."
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