Myles Jack had enjoyed a two-way existence at UCLA in his first two seasons with the Bruins, but figures to play almost exclusively at linebacker in 2015.
Jack is one of the most versatile athletes in college football. With the departure of Eric Kendricks to the NFL, Jack -- a second-team All-Pac-12 honoree in 2014 -- is moving to inside linebacker. In 2013, Jack was named both Offensive and Defensive Freshman of the Year in the Pac-12 by the league's coaches. While his two-way ability is less likely to resurface this fall, it's no less prolific.
Pulling back the curtain on the vote
Jack earned votes from four of seven CFB 24/7 experts, including two votes in the top 10, including one fourth-place vote.
What some of our analysts are saying about Jack
"His ability to play a little running back is unique, but what makes him a special player isn't the two-way hype. It's his ability to defend the pass on third downs." -- Chase Goodbread
"Jack is an explosive, run and hit linebacker and he possesses the skills to cover tight ends and running backs in the passing game. He could also contribute as a part time ball carrier on offense." -- Daniel Jeremiah
"Mega athlete who is barely scratching the surface of what he is capable of. He can play safety, linebacker and running back - all in the same game if UCLA needs him to. He's that talented an athlete." -- Lance Zierlein
"Plays with a joy, and fury known to few. Could be a top running back, too." -- Charles Davis
Where do fans rank Jack?
We asked Twitter users who they considered the best player in college football. Jack ranked sixth in the fan vote. His two-way star power undoubtedly contributed to his lofty post in the fan vote.