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2016 NFL DRAFT

Brett Hundley, QB

School: UCLA  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Chandler, AZ
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 226 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
6332
Career Notes
Completed a record-setting career at UCLA ... Finished his career ranked first on the school career touchdown pass list (75), first on school total offense list (11,713), second on the school passing yards list (9,966), first on school passing list for completions (837), second on the school career qb rushing list (1,747), seventh on the career td scored list (31), first on the all-time 300-yard total offense games list (20), second on the career 300-yard passing game list (10), second on the qb start list (40), second on the career qb win list (29), second on the qb career rushing td list (30) ... Recorded the top three single-season total offense outputs in school history ... Threw for or ran for a touchdown in all but one of his 40 career games (left Texas game in 2014 in first quarter) ... He owns five of the school's 10 career 400-yard total offense games.He had at least one scoring pass in 36 of his 40 career games ... Threw for multiple scores in 25 games and as many as four scores in three contests ... In 2012, he established new school marks for single-season completions (318-old mark Drew Olson, 2005-242), single-season passing yardage (3,740 yds-old mark Cade McNown, 1998-3,470 yds) and single-season total offense (4,095 yds-old mark Cade McNown, 1998-3,652 yds) ... Became the first Bruin quarterback to throw for at least 300 yards in three straight games and the first to throw for a score, run for a score and catch a scoring pass in the same game (Utah-2013).
2014 Season
Starter in all 13 games ... Finalist for the Manning Award and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm award ... Team co-captain ... Davey O'Brien Award semifinalist ... First Bruin quarterback to produce at least nine wins in three straight seasons as a starter ... Established a new school record for touchdown passes in a career at Washington (ended with 75) ... Completed 69.1% of his passes, second on the all-time list and the best for a player at UCLA with over 200 completions in a season ... Threw for over 300 yards in five games with a best of 396 vs. Memphis ... Ran for 100 yards in two games, with a best of 131 yards vs. Arizona ... Had a best of four scoring passes vs. Arizona State.Became the first Bruin qb to complete two passes of at least 80 yards in the same game vs. the Sun Devils (both went for tds) ... Second-team all-conference ... Ranked among the nation's top 25 in Completion Percentage (4th-69.1%), Completions per Game (21st-20.85), Passing Efficiency (13th-152.7), Points Responsible For (18th-194), Total Offense (19th-292.2), Yards per Pass Attempt (24th-8.05) ... Presented the Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year, George W. Dickerson Award for Outstanding Offensive Player against USC, the Red Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player and the Bobby Field Captains Award at the annual team banquet.
2013 Season
Starter in all 13 games ... Co-MVP of the Sun Bowl after throwing for two scores and running for two others ... Davey O'Brien Award semifinalist ... Team co-captain ... Became first Bruin to ever throw for a touchdown, run for a score and catch a scoring pass during a game at Utah ... Ranked among the nation's top 25 in completion % (14th-.668), passing efficiency (20th-152.9), touchdown passes (23rd-24), points responsible for (14th-216), points responsible for per game (18th-16.8), total offense (23rd-293.8) ... Threw for a career high of 410 yards in the win over Cal ... Ran for a best of 161 yards against Virginia Tech ... Threw for multiple scores in nine games ... Ran for multiple scores in four games ... Honorable mention all-conference ... Presented the Paul I. Wellman Award for All-Around Excellence, George W. Dickerson Award for Outstanding Offensive Player vs. USC at the team banquet.
2012 Season
Starter in all 14 games ... Scored a touchdown on his first collegiate play, a 72-yard run in the season-opener at Rice ... Threw for 202 yards and two touchdowns and ran seven times for 68 yards against the Owls ... Totaled 305 yards passing, four touchdowns and 53 rushing yards in win over Nebraska.Threw for 320 yards against Houston and 372 against Oregon State ... His effort against Oregon State marked the first time a Bruin had ever thrown for at least 300 yards in three straight games in a season ... The 404 yards of total offense against the Beavers was the second-highest ever by a Bruin freshman (Tommy Maddox 445 v. USC, 1990) and the fifth-highest in school history ... He threw for two scores and ran for two more at Colorado ... His 31 completions in the game at Cal were the most-ever by a Bruin freshman and third on the all-time school list ... He moved past Maddox, who had 17, for most scoring passes by a Bruin freshman with his four touchdown performance in the win at Arizona State.Completed 23 of 28 passes against Arizona (288 yds) and 16 straight attempts during one stretch of the contest, one short of matching the school record ... Established a new school single-season completions record (finished season with 318) during the game against USC ... Set a new school single-season total offense record (finished season with 4,095) in the P12 Championship Game at Stanford ... Established a new school mark for passing yards in a season (finished with 3,740 yards) when he threw for 329 yards and three scores in the Holiday Bowl ... His total of 29 scoring passes ranked second on the all-time school list.Named honorable mention all-conference by the coaches ... Received the John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year at the annual team award banquet.
2011 Season
Did not see action in his first year in the program ... Earned the Coach Ed Kezirian "Coach K" team award for Academic and Athletic Balance.
High School
Played football for coach Jim Ewan at Chandler, AZ HS ... Member of the SuperPrep Elite 50 (No. 22) ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 3 qb) ... SuperPrep Farwest Offensive Player of the Year ... Played in the UnderArmour All-Star game, throwing a 58-yard scoring pass ... Rated as the No. 3 quarterback nationally by scout.com and SuperPrep ... Rated No. 39 national prospect by scout.com ... Member of rivals100 - No. 72 ... Rated No. 94 national prospect by Tom Lemming ... Ranked as No. 6 quarterback and No. 107 among all players by ESPN.com ... Rated nation's No. 5 dual-threat quarterback by rivals.com.Earned five stars from scout.com and four stars from rivals.com and ESPN.com ... First UCLA quarterback recruit ever to earn five-star ranking ... Member of the PrepStar Dream Team (No. 123 prospect) ... Rated No. 4 player in Arizona by rivals.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best-in-the-West ... As a senior, completed 139 of 225 passes (62%) for 2,348 yards, 20 touchdowns and two interceptions ... Also led the team in rushing with 856 yards (7.0 avg.) and nine touchdowns.Named to Scout's 24-7Football.com All-5A1 team ... Won the passing competition at the UnderArmour All-American Game Skills Challenge ... As a junior, completed 107 of 170 passing attempts (63%) for 1,517 yards, 16 touchdowns and two interceptions ... Rushed for 1,208 yards and 12 touchdowns ... Named Arizona's Gatorade Player of the Year in 2009.
Personal
Full Name: Brett Hundley ... Born: June 15, 1993 in Arizona ... Parents: Brett, Sr. and April Hundley ... Dad played football (lettered at running back in 1986) at the University of Arizona ... Has an uncle who played quarterback at Wichita State ... Has two older sisters, Tatum and Paris ... Lists NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb as the famous athlete he admires ... Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2011 ... Undeclared major.
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Player News
05/04/2015 - Aaron Rodgers can take a deep sigh of relief. Eliot Wolf, the team's player personnel director, had this to say amusingly to reporters after the Packers selected UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley in the fifth round Saturday: "You guys asked me (earlier in the day) if each draft pick had a chance to start. This one probably doesn't." Still, the Packers may have engineered one of the bigger steals in this year's draft when they traded up to get Hundley with the 147th overall pick. As Wolf explained it, the New England Patriots initiated a trade offer that Green Bay eventually accepted when it felt good that Hundley would be available to jump up 19 spots in Round 5. "It wasn't really planned," Thompson said. "It's just something that happened, and we felt like there was an opportunity there to do something that, quite frankly, we always would like to do. Sometimes, we don't have the ability to do it, but we like taking quarterbacks. We felt like that was a good value pick there."

Hundley is the first quarterback taken by the Packers in the draft since B.J. Coleman in the seventh round in 2012. Perhaps the only person stunned more than the likes of Thompson, Wolf and McCarthy that he was still sitting on the draft board Saturday afternoon was Hundley. The prolific leader of UCLA's offense the last three seasons was sure he would be selected Friday night, when the second and third rounds were held. - The Sports Xchange

 
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