Myles Jack passed over in first round after admitting knee issues

Considered a potential top-10 pick and one of the most athletic players in this year’s draft, linebacker Myles Jack was passed over in the first round Thursday night, one day after he told the New York Post that his injured knee might require microfracture surgery.

Jack, who entered the draft after his junior season at UCLA, was one of a handful of big-name prospects left in the draft’s green room Thursday, and perhaps the highest-rated.

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  • He suffered a season-ending torn lateral meniscus during practice in September. He wasn’t cleared for physical activities until March, five days before UCLA’s pro day, where Jack worked out publicly for

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