Nov 22, 2014; Pasadena, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley (17) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Southern California Trojans during the second half at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
5. QB Brett Hundley, UCLA
Hundley heads into the combine trying to put himself in the same class as Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. This is a player who, while is raw and needing of development, has incredible physical abilities. If Hundley puts on a show at the combine, he could easily be a first round selection.
The knocks on Hundley are an over-reliance on his running ability to make plays and his accuracy and timing, especially on intermediate passes. Hundley needs to throw the football well. He needs to show that he has the mechanics and anticipation to make all the throws required of NFL quarterbacks.
One of the biggest components to the draft is the interviewing with coaches and decision makers. If Hundley shows that he has a high football IQ and that he is very coachable, his stock will go up tremendously. Hundley needs to show that he can play quarterback in the NFL. This is a big moment for Brett Hundley.
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