3. Brett Hundley, UCLA
Here’s where we begin to see the sharpest drop-off in the prospects, and from Hundley on down should be considered late second- and third-round prospects.
Hundley needed a strong combine performance to get on more teams’ radars, and I’m not sure that was the case. He also thrived in Jim Mora’s pro-style offense and has the ability to run very, very well.
Mora has compared Hundley to both Philip Rivers and Matt Ryan. He stayed an extra season at UCLA to better sharpen his skill-set, too. Still, he has a long ways to go in order to develop into an NFL-caliber starting quarterback. He may be best suited to sit a year or two and hone his craft behind a very starter.