Jack is one of the top players in this draft class and if he wasn’t coming off a knee injury there might be a strong case for him to be considered the consensus top player this year. Jack is incredibly athletically gifted and he has the ability to fly around the field. If he comes back from his knee injury fine then he should be a quality player even as a rookie.
In addition to the immediate value he brings, Jack has the potential to develop into an elite talent and one of the top off the ball linebackers in the league. Though not his strongest skill, Jack also has the ability to get after the quarterback. In some ways he’s like the reverse Clay Matthews Jr. Matthews is an elite edge rusher, but he’s so athletically gifted that the Packers play him inside on early downs. Jack is better suited in coverage and run defense, but teams would be wise to create a package of plays where he can get after the quarterback. Assuming that he checks out medically, Jack should easily go in the top 10 picks and is likely to go top 5.