NFL prospects fall in the draft every year and his year is no different. Former UCLA standout linebacker Myles Jack is dealing with this first hand. Teams are worried about his surgically repaired knee which has caused Jack to go from a top pick to still on the board after round one.
Hours before the second round begins, Jack posted this video on his twitter account:
Jack is doing what he can to show that his knee is fine. Even ESPN’s Adam Schefter added to Jack’s point saying,
Dr. James Andrews, who examined Myles Jack in December, told the UCLA LB today that he does not need micro-fracture surgery.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 29, 2016
I can not imagine Jack being available for too much longer on day two of the NFL Draft.