|Bellevue High School star Myles Jack has gained 6 major offers since the first of the year!|
He had a terrific 2011 season after moving back to Bellevue and helped the Wolverines win there 9th Championship in 11 years. That was followed up by a nice showing at the Army All American Combine by Myles Jack. But no one could have foreseen what was to come next.
It started by the Washington Huskies coming in strong on Myles to let him know they were offering him a scholarship. Something they have also done for his team mates Sean Constantine and Budda Baker.
Then that was matched by a verbal offer from Coach Mora at UCLA and Virginia. Things heated up fast for the 6'2" Jack who is at 215 pounds on his way to 220.
"It was awesome to have an offer from Coach Sark and Coach Mora," said Myles who talked to both coaches by phone about the offers. "Virginia offered about that same time which is also a great option."
But that was January. Now in mid February he has a total of 7 offers. That happens sometimes as schools come around to see what all the fuss is about and then find true talent.
Myles just received offers from Oregon State, Utah, Cal and Stanford. They are all responding to what they see on his highlight film as well as looking at game film. Then their is the fact that he is a hard working student who is a tireless worker and flat out can play the game.
As a Full Back or Tail Back he is a brute and can be hard to stop. As an outside linebacker he is terrific and an alluring option as a defensive end.
"Coach Sark wants me as an outside linebacker and UCLA will use me as a Defensive End. I believe that Virginia is looking at me as a Defensive End too," said Jack who likes the concept of being a hybrid backer – walk up Defensive end.
Right now he is getting ready for track and planning some stops for Summer. But this swarm of offers might change all of that.
"I will try and make a stop at Oregon and hit some Junior days too," he said but admitted things are evolving quickly.
We asked Myles how he was handling all of this attention?
"Pretty well. I'm just glad my hard work is all adding up. But the credit goes to my coaches for teaching me technique. So it was a total effort."
Myles has the best coaches, team mates, and fans any one could ask for. And they will no doubt be there with them to support him in all his endeavors.
Myles stays in touch with WashingtonPreps.com on a regular basis as we have a great relationship with the Bellevue Football program and have been covering his story since he returned to the program last season.
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