San Francisco 49ers WR A.J. Jenkins Interviews LaMichael James For SB Nation [VIDEO]

SB Nation was at the NFLPA rookie trading card photo shoot this week, and they got tired of working so they handed it off to free labor to handle interviewing the rookies--namely, the rookies. Stop treating these rookies like NCAA athletes!

The San Francisco 49ers had two prominent rookies at this event in wide receiver A.J. Jenkins (drafted in the first round) and running back LaMichael James (picked in the second round). Jenkins was the one interviewing James, and he had at least one real question for him. James gives 49ers fans some idea of what to expect from him next season.

You can check out the full video after the jump!

Robert Griffin III, Trent Richardson, David Wilson Interview Fellow NFL Rookies (via sbnation)

Talk about Jenkins and James with 49ers fans over at Niners Nation.

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