The 6-foot-6, 317-pound Teven Jenkins (above) is big, powerful and athletic. He doesn’t have ideal arm length for a tackle (33 1/2 inches), but neither did Bryan Bulaga, and he turned out to be a very good player in Green Bay as the Packers’ 2010 first-round pick. Jenkins projects as a tackle or a guard, and given the Packers’ offensive line uncertainties after left tackle David Bakhtiari’s torn ACL and the free-agent departures of all-pro center Corey Linsley and experienced guard Lane Taylor, augmenting the depth up front is a primary need.
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Colin Kaepernick is moving to trademark his iconic image.
Josh James, a four-year starter for the Carroll Saints and two-time First-Team All-Frontier Conference honoree will don the green and gold in the hopes of walking out onto the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field for the Green Bay Packers.
He no doubt had the biggest impact on the field of any newcomer last season for the Grizzly football team, and while his Montana football career was brief, it may just be the beginning of a much longer professional career for one Sentinel High graduate.