Malcolm Jenkins Awards Equipment Grant to High School Alma Mater With Support From USA Football

Piscataway (N.J.) High School will receive a $1,500 equipment grant New Orleans Saints safety MALCOLM JENKINS and USA Football will donate a $1,500 equipment grant to the football program at Piscataway (N.J.) High School, Jenkins’ alma mater. USA Football named Jenkins to its 2011 All-Fundamentals Team last December, honoring 26 NFL players who employ proper technique for younger players to emulate.Each All-Fundamentals Team player is awarded a $1,500 equipment grant from USA Football to donate to the youth or high school program of his choice. Jenkins selected Piscataway High. Jenkins has made a habit of breaking up passes through strong coverage skills and patience. He is consistently cognizant of when a pass is coming his way and effectively times his move or leap for the ball to register an incompletion.Indianapolis-based USA Football, the sport’s national governing body in the United States, is the official youth football development partner of the Saints, the NFL and each of the league’s other 31 teams. Employing core football fundamentals advances a youth player’s performance and safety. USA Football has educated more than 75,000 youth football coaches in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., through its online courses and single-day coaching clinics since 2006. Approximately 3 million American children age 6-14 play organized tackle football, placing it among the country’s most popular youth sports.