2015 - Started in all three games he played ... Injured in practice and left the team shortly thereafter to rehab his injury ... Credited with 15 tackles on the season and recorded an interception vs. BYU ... Had seven stops vs. Virginia and six vs. BYU.
2014 - Starter in all 13 games at linebacker ... Named second-team all-conference ... Second on the team with 88 tackles, 8.0 for loss ... Had seven passes defended ... Registered double digit tackles in two games (13 at UVa and 10 v. Stanford) ... Had at least six stops in 10 games ... Had a 41-yard return of an interception in the bowl win vs. Kansas State ... Recorded rushing attempts in nine games and totaled 113 yards on 28 carries and three scores ... Had a best of 38 yards rushing at Washington and an incredible spin move on a 28-yard scoring dash.
2013 - Saw action in all 13 games with 12 starts, 11 at linebacker and one at running back ... Finalist for the Paul Hornung Award as the nation's most versatile player ... Named first-team All-America by Athlon Sports as an all-purpose player and honorable mention All-America by si.com ... First-team Freshman All-America selection by Sporting News ... Named both Offensive and Defensive Freshman of the Year in the Pac-12 by the coaches ... Second-team All-Pac-12 ... His 75 tackles ranked fifth on the team and as the second-most ever by a true freshman (Kenny Easley 93 in 1977) ... Led the team with 11 pass defenses ... Made two interceptions on the season, returning one for a touchdown in the Sun Bowl and ending Utah's last possession with the other ... Played on offense for the first time at Arizona and ran six times for 120 yards, including a 66-yard scoring dash ... Scored seven rushing touchdowns on the season (second on the school freshman list behind DeShaun Foster-1998), including a freshman school record four vs. Washington ... Credited with a blocked punt at Oregon ... Presented the John Boncheff, Jr. Award for Rookie of the Year on defense at the team banquet ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in 2013 Fall and 2014 Winter Quarters.
HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit, according to both scout.com and rivals.com … Ranked as the nation’s No. 4 outside linebacker by scout.com and No. 1 in the West … No. 11 recruit on the scout.com West 150 … No. 199 recruit on the rivals.com 250 and No. 65 nationally according to scout.com … Also played running back in high school for an offense which averaged over 46 points per game his senior season … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game (five tackles) … PrepStar All-American, the No. 159 recruit in the nation and the No. 16 outside linebacker in the country … Rated by rivals.com as the No. 16 outside linebacker in the nation and the No. 2 prospect in the state of Washington … ESPN.com’s No. 65-rated “athlete” in the country and the No. 6-rated recruit in Washington … Ranked as the No. 8 big running back in the country by Tom Lemming … SuperPrep’s No. 16-ranked linebacker and No. 3-ranked recruit in Washington … His team went 14-0 as a senior … Credited with 98 tackles and 24.0 sacks in his senior season … Coached by Butch Goncharoff ... Also lettered in track (three) and basketball (one) ... Ran on the relay teams ... Member of the 2013 state 3A champion 4 x 100m (41.64) and 4 x 400m (3:20.12) relay teams.
PERSONAL - Full Name: Myles David Jack … Born in Scottsdale, AZ … Father: H. David Jack. Mother: La Sonjia (Fisher) Jack … Has one brother, Jahlen ... Biggest athletic thrill to date was winning the state title his senior season ... Lists the NBA's LeBron James as the famous athlete he most admires ... Hobbies include playing video games and listening to music ... Interested in film production.