The UCLA Bruins’ all-time leader in TD passes, Brett Hundley has the Bruins poised for a PAC-12 title shot if they win this weekend.
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UCLA Bruins starting QB Brett Hundley has indicated that he intends to announce for the 2015 NFL draft.
Hundley told Jim Rome that there’s a “really high” chance that he will leave UCLA and enter the 2015 NFL draft. “The conversation keeps coming up,” Hundley said. “I’ve got my degree. I’ve done everything I wanted to do here. I’ve left something really, truly great, and I feel good.”
Since taking over as the starting QB for the Bruins in 2012, Hundley has led them to three straight winning seasons, two bowl games and a PAC-12 South Division title.
Hundley was considered one of the top QB prospects for the 2014 NFL draft, but decided to stay in school for one extra year. Hundley is the Bruins all-time leader in passing TDs and total offense, and at 6’3″ and 227 lbs is considered to have the prototypical size and speed of an NFL QB. However, as of right now he considered either the second or third best QB available behind Oregon QB Marcus Mariotta and Florida State QB Jameis Winston.
Among the QB-needy teams that might be interested in Hundley in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft would be the Tennessee Titans, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Houston Texans and the St. Louis Rams. Teams that currently have a starting QB that may be looking for their QB of the future would be the New York Giants, Washington, Chicago Bears and the Arizona Cardinals.
If the Bruins win on Friday against Stanford, they will clinch their second PAC-12 South title in three year years.