2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BRETT HUNDLEY: UCLA, 6032 226 4.63. Junior entry. Three-year starter in the Pistol rhythm and high tempo offense. A developmental quarterback who has the physical frame, athletic ability, arm and lower body strength to play on the next level. When he was successful for the Bruins, he needed to be in rhythm and needed to hit his set up spot then cut the ball loose. Consistency was a problem. He played with a variety of offensive linemen and centers over his three years. When the center’s snap was off, Hundley’s footwork suffered and was sloppy. He was hit during his career more than a piñata at a Mexican cartel birthday party. He absorbed 125 sacks in his 3 year career. But to his credit, he still got up after the pummeling he took. Several times the hits were the cause and effect of not getting the ball off quickly and holding onto it. The Chandler, AZ native flashes good mechanics, a tight spiral pass, accuracy, and sound decisions. At other times you had to wonder what he was doing on the field. Flashes touch on fade and swing routes. Puts air under the ball on deep routes hitting the receiver in stride. When he scrambles to extend a play he can make a defender miss one-on-one or break a tackle with his lower body strength. Ball clubs must determine if he can play from the pocket. Hundley struggles to anticipate and read a play as it develops. Question at times if he has a natural feel for the passing game. Stares down a receiver which draws the defender to the throwing area. He holds the ball too long at times. A mentally and physically tough athlete who has upside based on measurables, but will need extensive pro offensive developmental time to clean up his footwork and decision making. 2014 stats: 271/392, 3155 yds, 69.1%, 22 TD, 5 INT. Ball velocity 53 mph. OSR 2/14. Third/ fourth round. (A-32 1/8, H-10 1/2, SS-3.98, VJ-36).