Rice made an appearance on SportsCenter this morning and was asked about what he hopes Jenkins will learn from running “the hill.”
“I think he’s going to learn toughness and how to be able to endure, which is very important because in the fourth quarter, when you’re tired, you’re still going to have to make plays to help you’re team win that football game. And you have to be able to stay focused. So if you can master the hill, in the fourth quarter you still going to be able to go out there and excel.”
Jenkins couldn’t ask for a better opportunity. Jerry Rice, the best receiver to ever wear shoulder pads and a helmet, wants to help him reach his potential and become a great NFL receiver.