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2016 NFL Draft, Pac-12 edition: Myles Jack looking like a top ten prospect

Everyone loves Myles Jack.

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There are few consensus players in the 2016 NFL Draft, but perhaps near the top of the list is UCLA Bruins linebacker Myles Jack. Jack has everything that prospects love, and it would seem to fit the idea that Myles is in need of helping out.

Jack is simply a monster in every sense of the word. He is a physical three tool linebacker that can play every down and be an instant impact player the moment he hits the field. He can go after the quarterback, plug holes in the run game, and defend in coverage pretty impressively. Jack does have to worry about how strong his knee will be overall after last year's injury, but otherwise long-term he grades out to be a very good football player who will be making an impact everywhere.

Jack is currently projected as a top ten pick. He has lots of potential to grow into his body. You'd expect him to hear his name somewhere called in the first round, if it isn't immediate.