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Brett Hundley
QB #7
Height:
6-3
Weight:
226
Age:
24
College:
UCLA
Hometown:
Chandler, AZ
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2016):

TDS
0
INT
1
YDS
17
RTG
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SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 2 10 17 1.7 0 1 0 0 -- 3 -2 -0.7 0 1 0
2016 GB 4 0 2 10 17 1.7 0 1 0 0 -- 3 -2 -0.7 0 1 0
2015 GB 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Pro Highlights

  • Played in four regular-season games last season, completing 2 of 10 passes for 17 yards, and served as the No. 2 QB for the other 12 contests. Also saw action in one playoff game.
  • Served as the No. 3 QB behind Aaron Rodgers and Scott Tolzien as a rookie in 2015 and was inactive for all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests.
  • Led the NFL with 630 passing yards in the 2015 preseason, completing 45 of 65 passes (69.2 percent) for seven TDs with one INT for a 129.6 passer rating (No. 3 in the NFL).
  • Registered a 142.4 passer rating in the preseason finale vs. New Orleans (Sept. 3), connecting on 16 of 23 passes for 236 yards and four TDs with no INTs.
  • Was drafted by Green Bay in the fifth round with the No. 147 overall choice, a pick acquired from New England in a trade for the Packers’ fifth-round selection (No. 166) and seventh-round choice (No. 247).
  • Played in four regular-season games last season, completing 2 of 10 passes for 17 yards, and served as the No. 2 QB for the other 12 contests. Also saw action in one playoff game.
  • Served as the No. 3 QB behind Aaron Rodgers and Scott Tolzien as a rookie in 2015 and was inactive for all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests.
  • Led the NFL with 630 passing yards in the 2015 preseason, completing 45 of 65 passes (69.2 percent) for seven TDs with one INT for a 129.6 passer rating (No. 3 in the NFL).
  • Registered a 142.4 passer rating in the preseason finale vs. New Orleans (Sept. 3), connecting on 16 of 23 passes for 236 yards and four TDs with no INTs.
  • Was drafted by Green Bay in the fifth round with the No. 147 overall choice, a pick acquired from New England in a trade for the Packers’ fifth-round selection (No. 166) and seventh-round choice (No. 247).
  • Became the first UCLA quarterback to be selected in the NFL Draft since Cade McNown was chosen in the first round by Chicago in 1999.

COLLEGE

Finished his career ranked No. 1 in school history in passing TDs (75), total offense (11,713 yards) and completions (837) despite playing just three seasons for the Bruins…Ranked No. 2 in school annals in passing yards (9,966), 300-yard passing games (10), rushing yards by a QB (1,747) and rushing TDs by a QB (30) at the end of his career…Started all 40 games he played in for the Bruins, the second-most starts by a QB in school history behind only McNown (44)…Became the first UCLA quarterback to help lead the team to nine-plus wins in three straight seasons as a starter…Majored in sociology…Junior season (2014): Started all 13 games and threw for 3,155 yards and 22 TDs with just five INTs on 271-of-392 passing…His 69.1 completion percentage ranked No. 2 in school history and No. 1 among QBs with 200-plus completions in a season…Added 644 rushing yards and 10 TDs on 159 attempts (4.1 avg.)…Was a finalist for the Manning Award and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and was a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award…Earned second-team All-Pacific-12 honors and was a team co-captain…Received the team’s Red Sanders Award for most valuable player and the Bobby Field Captains Award…Posted five 300-yard passing games and two 100-yard rushing games…Threw for a season-high 396 yards and three TDs on 33-of-44 passing vs. Memphis (Sept. 6)…Posted 355 yards and a season-high four TDs on 18-of-23 passing in the 62-27 win at Arizona State (Sept. 25), becoming the first QB in school history to complete two TD passes of 80-plus yards in a game as he connected with WR Eldridge Massington on an 80-yard score in the second quarter and with WR Jordan Payton for an 80-yarder in the third quarter…Rushed for a season-best 131 yards on 24 carries (5.5 avg.) vs. Arizona (Nov. 1) and completed 19 of 26 passes for 189 yards and a TD…Sophomore season (2013): Started all 13 contests and completed 248 of 371 passes (66.8 percent) for 3,071 yards and 24 TDs with nine INTs…Rushed for a career-high 748 yards, the third most by a Bruins QB in a season, and a career-best 11 TDs on 160 carries (4.7 avg.)…Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition and was a team co-captain…Became the first Bruin ever to throw for a TD (17-yard pass to Payton), run for a score (36-yard run) and catch a TD pass (7-yard pass from WR Devin Fuller) when he did so at Utah (Oct. 3)…Posted a career-high 410 passing yards and three TDs on 31-of-41 passing vs. California (Oct. 12)…Was named co-MVP of the Sun Bowl vs. Virginia Tech (Dec. 31) after throwing for two TD passes and running for two others…Posted a career-high 161 rushing yards on 10 carries (16.1 avg.), highlighted by a career-long 86-yard TD run in the second quarter of the 42-12 victory over the Hokies…Redshirt freshman season (2012): Started all 14 contests and set a school record for the most passing yards in a season with 3,740 on 318-of-478 passing (66.5 percent)…His 318 completions were the most in school history…Threw 29 TD passes, the second most in a season in school annals behind only Drew Olson (34 in 2005)…Added 355 rushing yards and nine TDs on 160 carries (2.2 avg.), giving him a school-record 4,095 yards of total offense on the season…Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition…Scored a TD on his first collegiate play, a 72-yard run in the season opener at Rice (Aug. 30), and connected on 21 of 28 passes for 202 yards and two TDs in the win…Recorded a season-high 372 yards and a TD on 27-of-42 passing vs. Oregon State (Sept. 22), adding 32 rushing yards and a score on 10 attempts (3.2 avg.) for 404 yards of total offense, the second-most ever by a Bruin freshman (Tommy Maddox, 445 vs. Southern California in 1990).

PERSONAL

Given name Brett Alan Hundley Jr. …Born in Phoenix, Ariz. …Married, wife’s name is Dawnielle…His father, Brett Sr., played running back at the University of Arizona, and his uncle, Albert Hundley, played quarterback at Wichita State…High school: Was named a SuperPrep All-American as a senior at Chandler (Ariz.) High School in 2010 after completing 139 of 225 passes (61.8 percent) for 2,348 yards, 20 TDs and just two INTs…Added a team-high 856 rushing yards (7.0 avg.) and nine TDs…Was named SuperPrep’s Far West Offensive Player of the Year…Was rated as the No. 3 QB in the nation by Scout.com and SuperPrep…Played in the UnderArmour All-Star Game following his senior campaign and threw a 58-yard TD pass…Won the passing competition at the UnderArmour All-American Game Skills Challenge…Was named Arizona’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior in 2009 after completing 107 of 170 passes (62.9 percent) for 1,517 yards, 16 TDs and just two INTs…Also rushed for 1,208 yards and 12 TDs…Community involvement: Visited a children’s hospital in Westwood and also did fundraisers to benefit The Epilepsy Foundation at UCLA…Residence: Phoenix, Ariz.

Pro Highlights

  • Played in four regular-season games last season, completing 2 of 10 passes for 17 yards, and served as the No. 2 QB for the other 12 contests. Also saw action in one playoff game.
  • Served as the No. 3 QB behind Aaron Rodgers and Scott Tolzien as a rookie in 2015 and was inactive for all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests.
  • Led the NFL with 630 passing yards in the 2015 preseason, completing 45 of 65 passes (69.2 percent) for seven TDs with one INT for a 129.6 passer rating (No. 3 in the NFL).
  • Registered a 142.4 passer rating in the preseason finale vs. New Orleans (Sept. 3), connecting on 16 of 23 passes for 236 yards and four TDs with no INTs.
  • Was drafted by Green Bay in the fifth round with the No. 147 overall choice, a pick acquired from New England in a trade for the Packers’ fifth-round selection (No. 166) and seventh-round choice (No. 247).
  • Played in four regular-season games last season, completing 2 of 10 passes for 17 yards, and served as the No. 2 QB for the other 12 contests. Also saw action in one playoff game.
  • Served as the No. 3 QB behind Aaron Rodgers and Scott Tolzien as a rookie in 2015 and was inactive for all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests.
  • Led the NFL with 630 passing yards in the 2015 preseason, completing 45 of 65 passes (69.2 percent) for seven TDs with one INT for a 129.6 passer rating (No. 3 in the NFL).
  • Registered a 142.4 passer rating in the preseason finale vs. New Orleans (Sept. 3), connecting on 16 of 23 passes for 236 yards and four TDs with no INTs.
  • Was drafted by Green Bay in the fifth round with the No. 147 overall choice, a pick acquired from New England in a trade for the Packers’ fifth-round selection (No. 166) and seventh-round choice (No. 247).
  • Became the first UCLA quarterback to be selected in the NFL Draft since Cade McNown was chosen in the first round by Chicago in 1999.

COLLEGE

Finished his career ranked No. 1 in school history in passing TDs (75), total offense (11,713 yards) and completions (837) despite playing just three seasons for the Bruins…Ranked No. 2 in school annals in passing yards (9,966), 300-yard passing games (10), rushing yards by a QB (1,747) and rushing TDs by a QB (30) at the end of his career…Started all 40 games he played in for the Bruins, the second-most starts by a QB in school history behind only McNown (44)…Became the first UCLA quarterback to help lead the team to nine-plus wins in three straight seasons as a starter…Majored in sociology…Junior season (2014): Started all 13 games and threw for 3,155 yards and 22 TDs with just five INTs on 271-of-392 passing…His 69.1 completion percentage ranked No. 2 in school history and No. 1 among QBs with 200-plus completions in a season…Added 644 rushing yards and 10 TDs on 159 attempts (4.1 avg.)…Was a finalist for the Manning Award and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and was a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award…Earned second-team All-Pacific-12 honors and was a team co-captain…Received the team’s Red Sanders Award for most valuable player and the Bobby Field Captains Award…Posted five 300-yard passing games and two 100-yard rushing games…Threw for a season-high 396 yards and three TDs on 33-of-44 passing vs. Memphis (Sept. 6)…Posted 355 yards and a season-high four TDs on 18-of-23 passing in the 62-27 win at Arizona State (Sept. 25), becoming the first QB in school history to complete two TD passes of 80-plus yards in a game as he connected with WR Eldridge Massington on an 80-yard score in the second quarter and with WR Jordan Payton for an 80-yarder in the third quarter…Rushed for a season-best 131 yards on 24 carries (5.5 avg.) vs. Arizona (Nov. 1) and completed 19 of 26 passes for 189 yards and a TD…Sophomore season (2013): Started all 13 contests and completed 248 of 371 passes (66.8 percent) for 3,071 yards and 24 TDs with nine INTs…Rushed for a career-high 748 yards, the third most by a Bruins QB in a season, and a career-best 11 TDs on 160 carries (4.7 avg.)…Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition and was a team co-captain…Became the first Bruin ever to throw for a TD (17-yard pass to Payton), run for a score (36-yard run) and catch a TD pass (7-yard pass from WR Devin Fuller) when he did so at Utah (Oct. 3)…Posted a career-high 410 passing yards and three TDs on 31-of-41 passing vs. California (Oct. 12)…Was named co-MVP of the Sun Bowl vs. Virginia Tech (Dec. 31) after throwing for two TD passes and running for two others…Posted a career-high 161 rushing yards on 10 carries (16.1 avg.), highlighted by a career-long 86-yard TD run in the second quarter of the 42-12 victory over the Hokies…Redshirt freshman season (2012): Started all 14 contests and set a school record for the most passing yards in a season with 3,740 on 318-of-478 passing (66.5 percent)…His 318 completions were the most in school history…Threw 29 TD passes, the second most in a season in school annals behind only Drew Olson (34 in 2005)…Added 355 rushing yards and nine TDs on 160 carries (2.2 avg.), giving him a school-record 4,095 yards of total offense on the season…Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition…Scored a TD on his first collegiate play, a 72-yard run in the season opener at Rice (Aug. 30), and connected on 21 of 28 passes for 202 yards and two TDs in the win…Recorded a season-high 372 yards and a TD on 27-of-42 passing vs. Oregon State (Sept. 22), adding 32 rushing yards and a score on 10 attempts (3.2 avg.) for 404 yards of total offense, the second-most ever by a Bruin freshman (Tommy Maddox, 445 vs. Southern California in 1990).

PERSONAL

Given name Brett Alan Hundley Jr. …Born in Phoenix, Ariz. …Married, wife’s name is Dawnielle…His father, Brett Sr., played running back at the University of Arizona, and his uncle, Albert Hundley, played quarterback at Wichita State…High school: Was named a SuperPrep All-American as a senior at Chandler (Ariz.) High School in 2010 after completing 139 of 225 passes (61.8 percent) for 2,348 yards, 20 TDs and just two INTs…Added a team-high 856 rushing yards (7.0 avg.) and nine TDs…Was named SuperPrep’s Far West Offensive Player of the Year…Was rated as the No. 3 QB in the nation by Scout.com and SuperPrep…Played in the UnderArmour All-Star Game following his senior campaign and threw a 58-yard TD pass…Won the passing competition at the UnderArmour All-American Game Skills Challenge…Was named Arizona’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior in 2009 after completing 107 of 170 passes (62.9 percent) for 1,517 yards, 16 TDs and just two INTs…Also rushed for 1,208 yards and 12 TDs…Community involvement: Visited a children’s hospital in Westwood and also did fundraisers to benefit The Epilepsy Foundation at UCLA…Residence: Phoenix, Ariz.