UCLA QB Brett Hundley recently told Jim Rome of CBS Sports that his college career is likely over after this season.
“There’s a really good chance that was my last game against USC,” Hundley said, via KFWBAM.com. “The conversation keep coming up. 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. That’s probably my last one against USC.”
As of now, Hundley is rated as the No. 3 quarterback that could enter next year’s draft, according to Mel Kiper’s recently updated prospect rankings.
Despite his athleticism, there are concerns about his accuracy and decision making, and how this will translate in the NFL. However, the draft process could really benefit Hundley if he can address some of these concerns.
During his three years at UCLA, Hundley has thrown for 9,684 yards while completing 68.2 percent of his passes to go along with 73 touchdowns and 25 interceptions. He’s also added 1,669 yards rushing and another 28 rushing touchdowns, so he should have some success scrambling at the next level.