UCLA head coach Jim Mora confirmed that quarterback Brett Hundley will enter the 2015 NFL Draft and forgo his senior season.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley has been the starter for the Bruins for three years, and it has been widely speculated for a long time that this would be his final season as a Bruin.
Bruins head coach Jim Mora confirmed that Hundley will indeed be going pro in 2015. “This will be his last game as a UCLA Bruin. I don’t know that he’s announced it yet, but we all know that’s the case,” Mora said to Orange County Register writer Ryan Kartje.
Mora on Hundley: “This will be his last game as a UCLA Bruin. I don’t know that he’s announced it yet, but we all know that’s the case.”
— Ryan Kartje (@Ryan_Kartje) December 11, 2014
Hundley is in his fourth year of college, but he redshirted his freshman year. The quarterback passed for at least 3,000 yards in each of his seasons as the Bruins’ starting quarterback.
He has passed for 21 touchdowns against just five interceptions this season while completing over 70 percent of his passes. He has also added 548 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.