Now we have a better idea as to why he has had to wait until Friday night to hear his name called.
There is concern about how the bone and cartilage in Jack's right knee are starting to separate and could possibly lead to another surgery, several people who have seen his medical report told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
While teams ultimately decided selecting Jack was too risky in the first round, there is one possible suitor for him early in the second round.
Rapoport reported the Jacksonville Jaguars could wind up taking the linebacker with the No. 38 pick, if they ultimately think he's worth the gamble and can play through his first contract. Jack, however, might choose to stay in hotel room than attend the second and third rounds of the Friday's draft.
Who would have imagined just a few weeks ago that a team could have the potential to land Jalen Ramsey and Jack in the same draft class?