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December 4, 2008

Video: Jenkins talks Maryland Crab Bowl

Good Counsel linebacker and Maryland target Jelani Jenkins appeared with Maryland Crab Bowl founder and president Chuck Harmon on Washington Post Live last night.

Jenkins and Harmon discussed the Baltimore-Washington D.C. high school football all-star game, which is scheduled for Dec. 20 at Johnny Unitas Stadium on the campus of Towson University. Click on the You Tube player to watch the entire segment, and click here for more information on the Maryland Crab Bowl.

Posted by Matt Bracken at 7:57 AM | | Comments (3)
        

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Jelani should fallow the footsteps of his talented teammates and commit to Maryland they always come out with great linebackers and the Terps need to keep the in-state talent home. Note to Penn.St. stay out of Maryland!

Matt- has jenkins narrowed his list any further? Its got to help that some of his defense has come aboard. To me, the most important position on a college football team is the LBs. The terps have not been consistent since, dqwell, ej, shawn etc. Its a shame that fridge has such a long leash.

Ryan -- I don't believe he's publically trimmed his list, but I imagine he will soon to set up official visits.

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About Matt Bracken

Matt Bracken was a lightly recruited football and tennis prospect out of East Lansing (Mich.) High School in 2001, but spurned all (nonexistent) scholarship offers to attend the University of Michigan. Matt graduated from UM in 2005, earned a master's degree in new media journalism from Northwestern University in 2006, and spent the first 11 months of his career as an online producer / videographer / blogger at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. He has worked at The Baltimore Sun since July 2007, where he currently serves as the deputy sports editor for digital.

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