"They gave me a tour of the campus. They showed me the new dorms, which look like mini apartments. They took us to show us where we would be eating at."
One area that really caught the standout offensive lineman's eye was the academic portion of the tour.
"They showed us the academic center," he said. "We took a tour of the three story building. The computer lab was really nice."
Jenkins received some one on one time with head coach Jim Tressel.
"He was telling me how much they want me at Ohio State," Jenkins explained. "They seem to be recruiting me as an offensive guard. I also had the chance to meet with a number of the current players, but I'm bad with names."
Jenkins was treated to an exciting basketball game between the No. 1 ranked Buckeyes and No. 2 ranked Wisconsin Badgers.
Jenkins attended the junior day with Parkersburg assistant coach Mark McCullough and Jenkins' little brother a 6-2/210 eighth grader Justin Johnson.
"He'll be better than me." Jenkins explained.
Jenkins will be attending a junior day at West Virginia this weekend and he is planning a few more trips.