Myles Jack
<div style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size:16px;"><b>HIGHLIGHTS</b></span></div> "Practice" Myles Jack UCLA #30 LB/RB Numbers: 2013: 76 Tackles 7 TFL 1 Sack 2 INT 267 Rushing Yards 7 TD 2014: 87 Tackles 8 TFL 1 INT 113 Rushing Yards 3 TD ...
<div><b>INJURY QUESTIONS: </b>Jack tore the meniscus in his right knee during a practice three weeks into last season. After undergoing surgery, he missed the rest of the year. Jack says he's now 100 percent healthy.</div> YouTube
<div><b>SIZE:</b> 6-foot-1, 245 pounds. </div>
<div><b><span style="font-size:16px;">Twitter: </span></b><a href=""><span style="font-size:16px;">@MylesJack</span></a></div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;"><b>Instagram:</b></span><a href=""><span style="font-size:16px;">@myles_jack</span></a></div>
<div><b>MR. VERSATILE:</b> In 2013, Jack won the Pac-12's offensive and defensive rookie of the year awards. In addition to playing linebacker, Jack was a part-time running back at UCLA.</div>
<div><b>STATS:</b> In 29 games, Jack accumulated 179 tackles, four interceptions and just one sack. As a runner, he found the end zone 11 times.</div>
<div><b>STRENGTHS (from </b>"Ultra athletic and can get to the rock from any position on the field. ...Races downhill after the snap and can weave from gap to gap with blazing lateral quickness. ...Stepped in and was "the dude" from Day 1 at UCLA."</div>
<div><b>WEAKNESSES (from "</b>Doesn't have prototypical linebacker frame. Lower body build is more like a running back and doesn't have ideal length. Will take some challenging routes to the football at times. His excitable brand of play will need more control in the pros.</div><div><br></div>
<div><b>EARLY WITHDRAWAL</b>: After suffering the injury, Jack withdrew from school to better rehab and prepare for the draft. <a href="">ESPN the Magazine</a> recently published a story about Jack and his uncommon decision.</div>
<div><b>SUGAR ADDICT:</b> According to that ESPN story, Jack used to consume so much sugar that when he began a healthier diet, his body "reacted like an addict to its loss," shaking and sweating.</div>

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