KNOXVILLE — The extra month of waiting felt much longer for Ryan Jenkins.
Finally, the young wide receiver will head to the University of Tennessee and begin his football career.
With the second session of summer school slated to begin Monday, the son of former Volunteers defensive back Lee Jenkins will arrive on campus today, along with defensive end Kendal Vickers, nearly a month later than the rest of Tennessee's 2013 signing class.
The delay probably created more anxiety for the 5-foot-11, 180-pound Jenkins, a Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter High School graduate who flipped from Clemson to Tennessee in January. That was nearly four months before Vickers, a former South Carolina commitment, joined the Vols' class in late May.
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