NFL.com's Gil Brandt writes that UCLA LB/RB freshman Myles Jack's versatility is "unbelievable."
"To have an 18-year-old player come in and play two ways, digesting plays on both offense and defense and having great success, is really something special. It shows you that Jack not only has amazing athletic ability, but also is a tough, intelligent player," Brandt wrote. The long-time talent evaluator mentioned only four players who he could remember in the last 30 years that played both ways at a level as high as Jack currently is: Stanford's Owen Marecic; Michigan's Charles Woodson; Purdue's Rod Woodson; and Purdue's Leroy Keyes. "My first evaluation of him, mainly from his games against Arizona (120 rushing yards, 1 TD) and Washington (59 rushing yards, 4 TDs), is that he's probably a better linebacker than a running back," writes Brandt.
Fri, Nov 22, 2013 05:23:00 PM