2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ELGTON JENKINS: Mississippi State, 6044 310 5.20. Two year starter from Clarksdale, MS. Has started games at both tackle spots and at left guard before settling in at center for the past two years. He is a mammoth for the position and considering his versatility he showed throughout his college career, he can be viewed as a versatile backup right away. Intelligent enough and if the scheme is a right fit, he may be viewed as a better guard prospect. Wherever he plays, his stoutness and ability to get movement will make him an asset to any running game, but whether or not he improves his foot speed and balance in space will be the biggest determining factor when it comes to his impact. Plus-size on all levels for the position. Big and wide frame with long arms and comfortable weight. Stout against the bull rush, can anchor himself against anyone. Reliable leg drive combined with upper body force gets consistent movement in the running game. Can lock onto defenders and neutralize. Stays focused on his low center of gravity and knee bend with hands up and inside. General of the offensive line that is smart and aware. Held a lot of pre-snap responsibilities and played all over the offensive line. Doesn’t trust his footwork enough. Gets too focused on his upper body impact and will neglect mirroring defenders. Did not work out at Combine. Second/third round. (A-34, H-10 1/4, BP-29, 10-DNP).