"Janoris is about 7/8," Meyer said. "We're going to take him out tomorrow like we did that one day with Percy Harvin and give him a workout. Then we'll go out on Saturday and throw it around a little bit. He will be ready to go."
Should Jenkins not be able to go, Wondy Pierre-Louis will start in his place. Running back Emmanuel Moody isn't 100 percent, but could be ready to play as well.
"He's game ready," Meyer said. "The first thing he brings you is depth because he's a heck of a player. We have to make sure he's game ready before we put him in there."
Quarterback Tim Tebow will also be the healthiest he's been in recent weeks. Unbeknownst to Meyer, Tebow hyper-extended his knee against Arkansas.
"It was on the interception," Meyer said. "He tweaked it a little bit, but he hasn't missed anytime because of it. He won't tell you anything anyway. He's fine. He's practiced everyday, and then the other day he was telling me his knee felt really good. I was like your knee, what are you talking about? He's 100 percent."
It wasn't the first time Tebow hid an injury from Meyer. Before last year's Georgia game, Meyer thought Tebow was 100 percent.
"He told me last year he was 100 percent before Georgia," Meyer said. "I found out later he couldn't pick his arm up."
Meyer said it doesn't bother him that Tebow isn't more upfront with his health status.
"I get mad at guys that miss class not that tough out injuries," he said.