WR Ryan Jenkins Profile
Jenkins, a senior at Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga., announced his commitment to Clemson while in Beaverton, Ore. for The Opening.
"At the end of the day, it was my relationship with those coaches," Jenkins said during the TV broadcast. "Just the atmosphere up there, it's hard to beat."
The younger brother of Clemson cornerback Martin Jenkins, Ryan picked Clemson over Oklahoma State.
"Both of the schools have great things to offer. At the end of the day, I just have to make the best decision," Jenkins said.
He also held offers from Louisville, Mississippi State, Missouri, Southern Miss, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and Washington.
"Jenkins is all about speed and quickness, he has both. He is quick off the line, he is very elusive in space, and he has the speed to catch the short pass and take it the distance," said Scout.com National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons.
"Is he limited because of his size? That is a concern some may have, but he is strong, he plays physical, and he can be used in multiple ways. He is a solid route-runner and he has very strong hands too."
Jenkins received his invite to The Opening after picking up MVP honors at the Nike Football Training Camp in Atlanta.
As a junior at Milton High School, he had 25 catches for 415 yards and five touchdowns. He'll play his senior season at Lassiter.
Ryan Jenkins to Clemson
CUTigers.com Top Stories
3-22 RECRUITING RADARIn our weekly Recruiting Radar, CUTigers Recruiting Analyst Gary McDaniel updates you on the latest news and intel on the Clemson recruiting front!
CUTigers.comWednesday at 11:14 AM
TIGERS TEE OFF ON C OF CRed-hot ACC Player of the Week Chris Williams hit his 4th and 5th home runs in 8 days and Beer and Davidson also went yard, as #6 Clemson won its 16th of the last 18 games.
CUTigers.comTuesday at 7:48 PM
BROWNELL REMAINS AT CLEMSONDespite widespread speculation about Brad Brownell's job security after a disappointing season, he will remain at Clemson for at least one more season.
TIGERS TAKE SERIES!!!Pat Krall allows just one run and #9 Clemson slugs its way to its 15th win in the last 17 games, taking 2 of 3 from #11 UVA!