Myles Jack isn’t hiding from questions about his injury risk ahead of NFL draft

Myles Jack, before a knee injury ended his UCLA career. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)

Linebacker Myles Jack is “arguably the best and most complete football player in this draft,” according to The Post’s John Harris. He also tore the meniscus in his right knee during practice in September of his final season at UCLA, missing the rest of the year and raising questions about his long-term durability heading into the NFL draft, which begins Thursday night.

Those questions have become one of the draft’s main story lines, with observers speculating that Jack could slide down the board because the risk that he’ll need potentially career-ending microfracture surgery is too great for a team to risk a high draft pick on him. The Giants, who have the No. 10 pick and are in the market for a linebacker, won’t take him if he’s available, according to’s Jordan Raanan. The Browns (at No. 8), Dolphins (No. 13) and Raiders (No. 14) also have been linked to Jack, but if those teams also pass, the thinking is that Jack could possibly even slide out of the first round altogether.

To both his credit and possible detriment,

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