The Green Bay Packers have added a quarterback that will get the opportunity to sit behind and learn from starter Aaron Rodgers. That quarterback is former UCLA Bruins star Brett Hundley.
Hundley was the last of the second-tier signal-callers remaining on the board, and the Packers decided his value was too great to pass on in the fifth round.
— NFL Draft (@NFLDraft) May 2, 2015
Hundley could have been in the first-round mix a year ago, but he decided to return to school.
During his last season at UCLA, there was some inconsistency that likely led to his fall. Now, he will have the opportunity to continue learning from one of the best quarterbacks in the game as he prepares for his shot at becoming a starter a few years down the road.
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