There probably is no player on the Georgia football team with a more unenviable task than Jordan Jenkins. The 6-foot-3, 246-pound sophomore is being asked to replace the irreplaceable Jarvis Jones at weakside outside linebacker, the Bulldogs’ featured pass-rushing position. Jenkins showed as a freshman he has the potential to do great things. He played his way into a starting role two-thirds into last season and finished with five quarterback sacks, eight tackles for loss and 31 stops.
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