All 32 NFL teams were in attendance at UCLA's Pro Day on Tuesday with all eyes on linebacker Myles Jack. However, the potential top-five pick was unable to participate in every drill as he continues his rehab from his September meniscus injury.
Jack has scheduled a personal Pro Day for April 1 to continue his workouts. He posted a 40-inch vertical and 10-foot-4 broad jump on Tuesday, results that would have ranked him among top linebacker performers at the NFL Scouting Combine. The only drill Jack performed in Indianapolis was the bench press, recording 19 reps and choosing to stand on that number.
Measuring at 6-1 and 243 pounds (two pounds less than his combine weight), Jack also performed linebacker drills.
Not being 100 percent ready to work out for NFL teams doesn't mean it is time to panic on Jack's draft stock, but it keeps his projection in limbo. Despite UCLA doctors clearing him medically, teams are in a holding pattern and hoping for the best at the medical re-checks in April.
"He's not out of the woods yet," an NFL source told NFLDraftScout.com in the week following the NFL Scouting Combine. "The re-checks will determine whether or not he's on our board."
Browns head coach Hue Jackson, 49ers general manager Trent Baalke and Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie are a few of the notable NFL names that were in attendance.