Undrafted After Round 1, How Far Could Injured LBs Myles Jack, Jaylon Smith Fall

April 29, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While uncertainty dominated the storylines as to how the 2016 NFL draft would unfold, no one could have projected that Myles Jack of UCLA would have fallen out of the first round entirely. But his substantial knee injuries have apparently become so worrisome that NFL teams have moved him way down their draft boards.
On the other had, Notre Dame’s Jaylon Smith had to watch the draft’s first round in frustration and disappointment. Once considered a likely top-10 pick, Smith saw a devastating knee injury wipe out any hope of being a first-round pick, relegating him to focus on rehab and, hopefully, aim for a 2017 regular-season debut.
But where will these two special linebacker talents end up on draft day? Will they be selected on Day 2 of the draft or fall later? And which teams may be targeting the injured, now awesomely valued Myles Jack and Jaylon Smith? While trying to handicap who may be interested, with elite talents on the board like these two, any team...

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