It was a devastating loss for the UCLA Bruins when star linebacker Myles Jack was ruled out for the season due to a knee injury.
Jack was widely regarded as one of the top playmakers in all of college football and a top prospect for the 2016 NFL Draft. So, thanks to the injury, his NFL future remains up in the air.
For the UCLA fans hoping Jack will return to Los Angeles, there is still some hope.
According to head coach Jim Mora, he and Jack will discuss whether the prospect will declare for the NFL Draft or return to campus for another season in late-November.
With a 4-6 month timetable for Jack to fully recover from his torn anterior meniscus, there is still a slight chance he will focus on his rehab and then attempt to return to UCLA to show scouts he is fully healed.
However, if he plans to go pro, Jack will have plenty of time to fully recover before training camp.
It will all come down to how far along Jack’s recovery is when he meets with Mora in November.
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