It's unlikely West Virginia corner Brodrick Jenkins will end up with NCAA eligibility issues for the Orange Bowl.
Jenkins found himself in the middle of a stir this week when his name appeared on a poster promoting a Christmas party at a club back home in Fort Myers, Fla. on Dec. 23 called, "Naughty or Nice X-Mas party."
That's an NCAA no-no.
For a link to the story that ran in today's News-Press, a Fort Myers paper, click here.
Jenkins name, along with Clemson star running back Sammy Watkins, his brother Jaylen Watkins, who plays at Florida, and Spencer Boyd a USF defensive back, were all named on the poster.
West Virginia officials said the school brought the information straight to the compliance department when it learned of the flyer and is "very comfortable the compliance office has resolved the situation." The school compliance office has a policy against discussing and commenting on compliance issues.
It also seems that Jenkins had no idea he was linked to the party. He'll be practicing in Morgantown with his team on Dec. 23. He told the Dominion Post in Morgantown today that he never gave permission for his name to be used.
According to NCAA rules a student-athlete's name cannot be used to promote a commercial event, and if it is done so without the student's permission the school or student must take the appropriate steps to remove the student's name.
Jenkins re-tweeted the following by Spencer Boyd: