CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler projected the Browns to select UCLA LB Myles Jack with the first pick of the second round.
Rotoworld's Josh Norris believes that UCLA LB Myles Jack is the best available prospect for Day 2.
ESPN's Ed Were reports from one medical source in the NFL who said UCLA LB Myles Jack's knee is "more troubling in some ways" than Notre Dame LB Jaylon Smith's.
ESPN's Adam Schefter and Todd McShay agree that UCLA LB Myles Jack is most likely to go between No. 12 (Saints) and No. 17 (Falcons).
Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson reports the Saints like UCLA LB Myles Jack "quite a bit in spite of the knee concerns."
NJ.com reports that the Giants have removed UCLA LB Myles Jack (knee) from their draft board due to health concerns.
UCLA LB Myles Jack (knee) admits that it's possible he'll eventually have to undergo microfracture surgery.
NFL Media's Ian Rapaport reports that the possibility of UCLA LB Myles Jack's draft-day slide isn't related to his torn lateral meniscus specifically.
An NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that UCLA LB Myles Jack "transcends today's game" and, in addition to his ability as a linebacker, "could start for us at strong safety and be the No. 2 running back."
An NFL personnel executive predicts UCLA LB Myles Jack will fall out of the top-10.
The MMQB's Peter has heard the Giants believe UCLA LB Myles Jack' knee is "OK."
NFL Network's Albert Breer reports that UCLA LB Myles Jack has a "chondral defect" in his right knee.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein compared UCLA LB Myles Jack to a bottle of Sriracha sauce.
CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler noted that "several [sources] around the league" believe that UCLA LB Myles Jack could fall out of the top-10.