Oregon Visit In The Cards For Myles Jack

Already verbally committed to UCLA, Myles Jack has already set his future in college football into motion. However, the four star linebacker from Bellevue High School in Bellevue, WA is still planning on taking visits to other schools before signing on the dotted line.

According to Jack, he has still yet to sit down and plan out a date to take a trip to Eugene to visit Oregon. He attributes this to a busy summer, but plans on hashing out the details in the next few days with Oregon coaches.

Jack said he mainly stays in contact with Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti and linebackers coach Don Pellum. On occasion he receives a message from head coach Chip Kelly, but mentioned that contact between him and the Ducks has slowed recently.

So what makes Oregon so attractive to Jack? The program's rise is a key component (calling them "the new Florida"), but the senior said that the impressive facilities and the coaching staff are key reasons as to why they're still in consideration.

He likes that coaches such as Aliotti and Pellum have not only been with the program for years, but developed an efficient system for players to grow.

"It's like a well oiled machine up there," Jack said.

Heading into his senior season, Jack is focused improving on his game physically and mentally. He talked about becoming a "student of the game" and learning how to play in different systems to become a more versatile player.

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