Myles Jack Will Take Visits

Bellevue (Wash.) linebacker Myles Jack committed a few months back to UCLA but said he still wants to take all five official visits before Signing Day...

Myles Jack hasn't attended any of the spring/summer football camps so GridIron Kings was the first chance to see the linebacker on a national stage. He played well and has a lot of physical tools needed to excel at the next level.

At about 6-2, 225 pounds, Jack is well put together and very strong. He runs well and shows the ability to change direction and has excellent lateral mobility. He's a tough, physical kid as well and competed hard throughout the tournament.

"This was a great event, it was more than I expected," Jack said. "I didn't realize how good the competition and overall talent was going to be out here. There were some great players and it was a good measuring stick to see where you were at and see what you need to work on.

"I ran track in the spring and our football coach gave us a lot of the summer off so I haven't had a chance to do a lot of the camps. I also wanted to focus on my high school team but this was a great experience for me for sure."

On the recruiting front, Jack gave an early commitment to UCLA but said he still plans to go through the recruiting process.

"I want to do my official visits and UCLA is fine with that," Jack said. "I'm still solid with them but schools are still recruiting me and Oregon just offered me two weeks ago. I'm just taking everything in to consideration right now. I'm going to be watching a lot of football this season, go to some games and just go through the recruiting process a little more.

"As of now, I'll visit Oregon most likely, Arizona State will be one, I have to get to Utah, I want to check out Georgia Tech and South Carolina is another possibility. I'll for sure take another visit to UCLA and I plan on taking some unofficial visits to Washington since it's just down the street for me. I like UCLA a lot though and they actually encouraged me to take my visits so I won't second guess anything. I just want to play out the process and they're fine with that."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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