Data Scout Notes: 2015: NAC/INJ...Announced Entry into 2016 NFL Draft/Coming off Sept 2015 Knee Surgery...(+) 09-22-15 Knee INJ, Out for 2015...PWCamp/PButkus/PLombardi/PHornung/PNagurski/PBednarik...2014: 2ndC...PWCamp/PLombardi/PButkus/PNagurski/PHornung/PBednarik/PLott...2013: 1st Ever Pac-12 Defensive & Offensive Freshman OY (Coaches)/2ndC-LB
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10/06/15 - UCLA LB Jack to enter 2016 draft...Linebacker Myles Jack withdrew from UCLA and will enter the 2016 NFL Draft. Bruins coach Jim Mora said Jack, who underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL in September, believes he is ready to turn pro. However, Mora questioned whether there is "enough tape" on potential top-10 pick for NFL teams to accurately assess him. Jack's injury last month was the third season-ending injury for a highly rated Bruins' defense, joining defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes and cornerback Fabian Moreau.
Jack, a 6-foot-1, 245-pound junior, will have only five months before thorough medical evaluations at the NFL Combine in February, which are vital for his draft projection as team doctors are able to give scouts and general managers an update on his rehab. But there are recent examples of teams looking past the present medical evaluation and betting on that player's future. Georgia's Todd Gurley tore his ACL last November and was unable to work out for NFL teams prior to the 2015 NFL Draft, but he chose to leave school early and because his rehab went smoothly, the Rams drafted the running back 10th overall. - The Sports Xchange
09/24/15 - Myles Jack (knee) 3rd UCLA starter lost for season...According to UCLA coach Jim Mora, Jr., Myles Jack suffered a torn anterior meniscus and will be out 4-6 months with no chance to return for a bowl game. Original Story: Another major college football star has been lost for the 2015 season due to injury, this time at UCLA. Bruins coach Jim Mora announced Wednesday that star Bruins linebacker Myles Jack will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a "significant knee injury," per the Orange County Register. Mora did not provide further specifics.
Jack was injured late in Tuesday's practice, Bruins defensive coordinator Tom Bradley told reporters. Jack underwent surgery late Tuesday night. Myles burst onto the scene as an explosive two-way freshman in 2013, playing both linebacker and running back. He concentrated on the defensive side of the ball in 2014, finishing second on the team with 87 tackles and earning second-team All-Pac-12 honors. Jack had 15 tackles, one interception, one rushing touchdown, and even one 29-yard kickoff return in helping UCLA to a 3-0 start this season. - Jerry Hinnen, CBSSports.com
09/23/15 - Linebacker Myles Jack will miss the rest of the season for No. 9 UCLA due to a knee injury. Coach Jim Mora announced the Bruins' third season-ending injury for an important defensive starter on Wednesday. UCLA also has lost defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes and cornerback Fabian Moreau to season-ending injuries already this month. Jack is one of the nation's top linebackers, making 15 tackles in UCLA's first three games. The junior also carries the ball occasionally as a running back for the Bruins (3-0), particularly excelling in goal-line situations. Jack was injured during a non-contact drill near the end of Tuesday's practice, Mora says. He had surgery Tuesday evening. Jack was the Pac-12's offensive and defensive freshman of the year in 2013. He scored seven rushing touchdowns as a freshman. - AP Sports
08/06/14 - 2014 PRESEASON BUTKUS AWARD WATCH LIST: Myles Jack, UCLA...Jack was inserted into the starting lineup at linebacker in game two of the season and his 75 tackles were the second-most ever by a Bruin true freshman defender. Jack saw action on offense for the first time in game nine and finished the year with 267 yards and seven rushing touchdowns. His four rushing scores against the University of Washington set a school record for a true freshman player. - UCLA football
08/06/14 - 2014 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Myles Jack, UCLA...Jack became the first player in history to be voted both the Conference Offensive and Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2013. Jack saw action on offense for the first time in game nine and finished the year with 267 yards and seven rushing touchdowns. His four rushing scores against the University of Washington set a school record for a true freshman player. - UCLA football