(NEW YORK) — Even though he could have made himself a lot of money this spring, according to ESPN, UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley has decided to stay in school and not declare for the 2014 NFL Draft.
Had he decided to declared, Hundley very well could have been one of the top picks in the draft.
The sophomore quarterback threw for 3,071 yards with 24 touchdowns to just nine interceptions, and completed 67.2% of his passes. Hundley can also make plays with this legs. In 2013, he had 748 rushing yards, and scored 11 touchdowns on the ground. Hundley also led UCLA to a 10-3 record in 2013, including a 42-12 win over Virginia Tech in the Hyundai Sun Bowl.
This would be another positive start to the offseason for Bruins fans. The University of Texas was reportedly interested in head coach Jim Mora, but he declined to interview for the job.
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