Myles Jack analysis: ‘He has everything you want out of a linebacker’

Jack is considered a legitimate talent in the 2016 NFL Draft.
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While UCLA head coach Jim Mora called Myles Jack's decision to enter the NFL Draft “risky”, others believe Jack will be just fine.

The former Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Freshman of the Year declared for the draft after being sidelined for the remainder of the 2015 season with injury. Mora speculated about the challenges of taking a “flyer” on selecting Myles Jack with a first-round pick because there's not enough game film. 

Bleacher Report's Matt Miller used an example of former Oregon offensive lineman Kyle Long, who started five games at tackle before receiving a first round selection by the Bears. Jack has played 29 games for UCLA.  

“He has everything you want out of a linebacker that NFL teams look for,” said CBS Sports analyst Dane Brugler.

(h/t OC Register)

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