UCLA linebacker Myles Jack underwent a medical re-check Friday morning in Indianapolis that reportedly left different teams with different opinions.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network summarized Jack's physical as "differing opinions." Rapoport reported, “Some teams thought the healing wasn’t fast enough,” while other teams were satisfied with the progress he has made since undergoing season-ending surgery in September to repair the lateral meniscus in his right knee.
Meanwhile, Jack told a medical reporter the feedback he received from teams was all positive.
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“No one had any concerns,” Jack told Stephania Bell of ESPN.
Jack is expected to be one of the top players chosen in the first round of the draft on April 28. He is considered a candidate for the 49ers to select with the No. 7 overall pick.