Kris Jenkins is on the fence about whether or not to leave Michigan and head to the Draft.

Two weeks ago, it appeared that the DL had made a decision to return to Ann Arbor. After considering his NFL options, Jenkins had stated that he would be returning for a fourth season. But, according to reports, that decision could be in doubt.

Jenkins seems to be reconsidering his decision after he was given a top-100 NFL Draft grade. Prior to being given that grade, Jenkins has stated that he hadn’t given much consideration to going pro.

Jenkins has been a stalwart for the Wolverines this season, amassing 54 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, and two sacks. He finished the season as an All-Big Ten honorable mention.

Jenkins is on a deadline, as he must declare for the Draft by Jan. 16. We’ll see if Jenkins will stick with his original decision and return to the Wolverines.