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Week 8: Another statistically quiet day for Jenkins as opposing offenses keep doubling him whenever possible. The DT did register a quarterback pressure and was in on one tackle. Through eight games, Jenkins recorded one sack. — JH
Week 7: Not a hugely productive day for Jenkins, who had zero tackles and one QB pressure in No. 2 Michigan's pasting of Indiana, 52-7. — JH
Week 6: Undefeated and No. 2-ranked Michigan continues to dominate, plastering Minnesota, 52-10. Jenkins had one QB pressure and was credited with three tackles, playing a total of 25 snaps. — JH
Week 5: In Michigan's 45-7 demolishing of host Nebraska, Jenkins was again strong against the run, logging three tackles. In 26 total snaps, he didn't get any quarterback pressures. — JH
Week 4: Jenkins was stout against the run in Michigan's 31-7 win over Rutgers. The big DT had one solo tackle and assisted on two others as the Wolverines' run defense held the Scarlet Knights to 77 yards. Jenkins wasn't quite as impactful when pass rushing, though he did record one QB pressure.
Week 3: With Michigan defensive coaches continuing to heavily rotate their D-lineman, Jenkins recorded 26 in the Wolverines' 31-6 win over Bowling Green. Jenkins was in one two tackles and credited with one QB pressure. — JH
Week 2: In Michigan's 35-7 rout of UNLV, Jenkins logged 28 snaps, a few more than he had in Week 1. He made three tackles and posted his first sack of 2023. — JH
Week 1: Playing fewer than half of the snaps (24) in Michigan's 30-3 win over East Carolina, Jenkins was in on one assisted tackle. He also had one hurry on East Carolina's QB Mason Garcia. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2022 (jr): Started all 14 games at defensive tackle; led all defensive linemen with 54 tackles and added 3.5 tackles for loss, two sacks and two quarterback hurries to earn his third varsity letter … All-Big Ten selection (honorable mention, coaches and media) … On four occasions, shared Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performances against UConn, Penn State, Michigan State, at Iowa … Shared Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance against Illinois … Made two solo tackles, including a sack, in a start against Colorado State (Sept. 3) … Registered two tackles (one solo) starting against Hawaii (Sept. 10) … Started at end against UConn (Sept. 17) and led the defense with five tackles (three solo) … Had a five-tackle day starting along the interior against Maryland (Sept. 24) … Contributed three stops starting at Iowa (Oct. 1) … Had five tackles (including a split-TFL) and two QB hurries in a start at Indiana (Oct. 8) … Made four tackles against Penn State (Oct. 15) … Registered one TFL among five stops in a start against Michigan State (Oct. 29) … Delivered three solo tackles, including a five-yard sack at Rutgers (Nov. 5) … Against Nebraska (Nov. 12), chipped in four tackles (two solo) … Notched five tackles starting on the interior against Illinois (Nov. 19) … Led all defensive linemen with five tackles (three solo) at Ohio State (Nov. 26) … Made two tackles against Purdue in the Big Ten Championship (Dec. 3) … Started and notched four tackles against TCU in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl/CFP Semifinal (Dec. 31)
2021 (soph): All-Big Ten selection (honorable mention, coaches and media, 2022) … Appeared in all 14 games with four starts along the defensive line; made 22 tackles including a shared tackle for loss, and one quarterback hurry to earn his second varsity letter … Played along the defensive line against Western Michigan (Sept. 4) … Against Washington (Sept. 11), made five tackles (one solo) with a shared tackle for loss playing along the defensive line … Made his first career start against Northern Illinois (Sept. 18) and was credited with one assisted tackle … Contributed along the defensive line against Rutgers (Sept. 25) … Started at Wisconsin (Oct. 2) and made one assisted tackle with a quarterback hurry … Contributed a pair of tackles at Nebraska (Oct. 9) while playing defensive end … Started at defensive end and made one assisted stop at Michigan State (Oct. 30) … Made one solo tackle playing along the defensive line at Maryland (Nov. 20) … Started at the end spot against Iowa in the Big Ten Championship Game (Dec. 4) and contributed four tackles … Credited with seven tackles playing along the defensive line against Georgia in the Capital One Orange Bowl/CFP Semifinal (Dec. 31)
2020 (fr): Appeared in one game on the defensive line to earn his first varsity letter … Shared Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week honors with Jaylen Harrell for helping prepare the team for Minnesota … Made his U-M debut playing on special teams and along the defensive like against Wisconsin (Nov. 14) … Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2021).
High school: Attended Our Lady Good Counsel High School (2020) in Olney, MD... Coached by Andy Stefanelli … Helped team win the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championship as a senior co-captain … Contributed 40 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 15 sacks, five pass breakups, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery for a touchdown as a senior … Posted seven tackles, five TFLs and one sack in the WCAC championship game … 247Sports Composite ranking as a three-star performer; No. 18 prospect in Maryland, 22nd-rated strongside defensive end and the 510th-ranked prospect nationally … 3-star prospect according to 247Sports; listed as the 18th-best recruit in Maryland, the No. 29 defensive end in the country and the 534th-ranked player nationally … Rivals.com 3-star prospect, the 16th-best player in Maryland and the nation’s 18th-rated strongside defensive end recruit … ESPN 3-star prospect ranked as the No. 51 player at his position and the No. 23 player in Maryland … Named Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … Earned first-team All-WCAC as a senior after earning second-team accolades following his junior year … Named first-team All-Met Washington Post
Kristopher Rudy Charles Jenkins was born Octobear 10, 2001 … Son of Shay Delotch and Kris Jenkins … Kris was a second-round draft pick, played 10 years in the NFL and was a four-time All-Pro defensive tackle.
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