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* * * -*Jaguars DE Myles Jack, 6’3, 235-Pounds (Alabama)* * * Jack is an Alabama defensive lineman.
Jack has been the team’s starting DE for the past two seasons, but has been a full-time starter since the 2016 season.
He is the first Alabama player to be granted the honor since Dontari Poe in 2003.
Jack was the team lead tackler for the first three games of the 2017 season and the first to lead the team in tackles (six).
Jack is a four-year starter for the Jaguars, and is second on the team with 24.5 tackles for loss.
He led the team for sacks and tackles for a loss in 2016.
Jack earned the team MVP award after his team went 4-0 in 2017.
Jack had a career-high four sacks in 2016 and added 11 quarterback hurries.
Jack recorded a career high seven tackles for losses in 2017, and his four quarterback hurried tackles ranked third in the SEC.
Jack is the team leader in tackles and is tied for second in quarterback hurry yards (1073) and tied for sixth in sacks (35).
Jack recorded 12.5 sacks in 2015, which ranked fourth on the Alabama roster.
He has played in five games this season, including one start, which came in the Jaguars first game of the season against Ole Miss.
Jack totaled 17.5 total tackles, 13.5 quarterback hurrys, and six quarterback pressures during the 2016 campaign.
He also had a sack and three quarterback pressures against LSU in the 2017 college football championship game.
*Bears LBs Luke Kuechly, Brian Urlacher, and Shaq Lawson, 6′,2, 235 (Alabama, Texas A&M, Notre Dame)* Kueichly was the starting middle linebacker for the Texas A+M Bulldogs last season, and played a key role in the Bulldogs’ dominant win over Notre Dame.
He started 12 games and recorded 13 tackles for the season.
Kueishly recorded a sack in each of his first three seasons at Alabama and is a two-time All-SEC selection.
Koechly was a two time first team All-American and is the former first team all-conference selection and a twotime first team selection.
He was the most decorated defensive back in school history and earned the 2016 Walter Camp First Team All-America accolade.
Kochly earned the 2013 Walter Camp All-Big 12 selection.
*Jaguards DE Myle Jack,6’3,” 235-lbs., Alabama* *Jack is a Alabama defensive tackle.
Jack played in all 13 games for the Bulldogs last year, starting eight and recording six tackles for lost, two sacks, three quarterback hurriys, and five tackles forloss.
He ranked second on Alabama with 10.5 solo tackles per game, and had two interceptions and a fumble recovery.
Jack also had three quarterback sacks and seven quarterback pressures in 2016, including a game-winning interception in the season opener against Florida State.
Jack posted two interceptions against Notre Dame in 2017 and added five quarterback pressures.
Jack tallied 18.5 combined tackles for and seven sacks for the 2017 campaign, which was tied for third on the Bulldogs.
Jack’s two interceptions came in a game against Florida Atlantic in the first quarter of the 2018 season.
Jack missed the last four games of 2017 due to a hamstring injury, and was suspended the final three games and the year by the NCAA.
Jack finished with four tackles for his career against Alabama in 2017 as well as two tackles for another loss against the Crimson Tide.
Jack ranks second on Texas A-M’s all-time sack list and was named the 2015 Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Year.
*Eagles CB Jalen Mills, 6-2, 185-lbs, Florida State* Mills was a three-time first-team All-ACC selection and played for the Crimson and Seminoles.
Mills was the consensus top defensive back for the 2016 college football season and was also a two year starter for Alabama.
Mills played in eight games as a true freshman in 2016 after leading the Seminoles with nine interceptions and 13 passes defended.
He had a season-high 10 tackles for Loss at Florida State, and finished the season with a career best seven interceptions.
Mills also had two pass breakups, one of which was returned for a touchdown against Notre-Dame in the College Football Playoff national championship game in December.
Mills had six tackles against Georgia Tech in the 2018 College Football Championship Game.
Mills has played the past three seasons in Florida and earned an All-Conference selection as a junior.
He will be a major candidate for the