Myles Jack-Lineback-UCLA (Jr.)
Size: 6’1 245lbs

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Strengths:

  • Athletic
  • Elite speed
  • Versatile
  • Great technique/pad level
  • Relentless energy

Analysis: Myles Jack was one of the most versatile players in all of college football, playing all over the field from all linebacker positions, safety and running back. He offers tremendous versatility for creative defensive coordinators, and has the speed to get to all places on the football field. He can hang with backs, tight ends, even some NFL WR’s. Jack comes off of blocks quickly, jarring offensive lineman with his strikes, always keeping his pad-level low. He never takes a play off, giving 100% effort on all plays on tape. Can be a 4-3 LB or even an edge pass rusher in some defensive schemes, should be left on the field for all three downs, he is that good.

Weaknesses:

  • Doesn’t have ideal LB size
  • Durability
  • Takes bad angles of pursuit

Analysis: Comparing Jack to a typical linebacker, his size is not ideal, his lower body build is more like a running back and doesn’t have ideal length. Watching him on tape, he took bad angles of pursuit to the football, but his top-end speed would allow him to catch most, if not all college players. That will not work in the NFL, but with coaching it should not be a lingering issue. Myles suffered torn anterior meniscus that ended his season in late September. Medicals will likely determine draft stock.

Draft Prediction: Top 5

NFL Comparison: Patrick Willis

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