UCLA linebacker Myles Jack is one of the most intriguing prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft.
He's expected to be a Top 10 pick, but questions about surgically repaired right meniscus have some teams concerned.
In the weeks leading up to the first round on Thursday, Jack's name has been associated with a number of Top 10 teams including the San Francisco 49ers.
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But if Jack slips out of the Top 10, the other team in the Bay Area might be waiting to pounce.
One of Jack's last private workouts was with the Oakland Raiders last Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Caplan.
Myles Jack's final private workout was last Thursday with #Raiders. He heads to Chicago tomorrow.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) April 25, 2016
Linebacker is a top need for the Raiders entering the draft, along with cornerback and safety.
While the Raiders expect to get Aldon Smith back from suspension in November, GM Reggie McKenzie said recently that Smith won't have an impact on the team's draft plans.
“Number one, you can never have enough guys to rush the quarterback,” Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said. “It really doesn’t matter if we’re projecting him being here or not.”
Last Thursday, Jack appeared on the Dan Patrick Show and addressed concerns about his knee.
"As far as my knee goes, it's absolutely fine. I've been working out for teams," Jack on the Dan Patrick Show. "The knee is fine. I have no issues with it.
"I think you guys have seen the videos and stuff, so on my end everything's fine," he added. "I don't know if this is a smokescreen or whatever it is, but at the end of the day, whoever wants to take me will take me. I'm not worried about it."