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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06/10/16 - LB Myles Jack will get in his first action as a Jaguars player at next week's mandatory minicamp. James has had to sit out the Jaguars' OTAs as UCLA was finishing up its spring quarter. Bradley says Jack will be at full strength with no limitations.
06/03/16 - LB Myles Jack is still prohibited from practicing with the Jaguars due to the NCAA-NFL rule prohibiting non-graduated players from participating until their school's class schedule is complete. Jack, the former UCLA standout, was in town last weekend to undergo a physical where he was cleared for football activities.
He'll join his Jaguars teammates on the field for the team's mandatory three-day camp starting June 14.
05/26/16 - LB Myles Jack is not participating with the Jaguars in the OTAs as he finishes up his schooling at UCLA. Jack is expected to be with the Jaguars for the mandatory camp.
05/13/16 - LB Myles Jack, a second-round pick, signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team announced Friday. Jack, from UCLA, reportedly received a $2.8 million signing bonus as part of a four-year, $6.33 million deal. Jack was selected with the 36th overall pick after falling out of the first round due to concerns over his surgically repaired right knee.
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