Written by Justin Higdon, Senior Draft Analyst on February 13, 2015
The 2015 NFL Draft Quarterback group is roundly thought of as a three-man class. Some pundits may even consider Oregon’s Marcus Mariota and Florida State’s James Winston as the only two with long-term starting potential at the NFL level. DraftBreakdown’s own Kyle Crabbs disagrees. He’s already given UCLA’s Brett Hundley a first round grade in his report. And since early this past college football season, I’ve also maintained that the divide between Mariota, Winston and Hundley is not the gaping chasm others have painted. Still, knowing that the former Bruin is going to be one of the more divisive players in the class this year, Chad Dinkins and I decided that Hundley would be the perfect subject for our next round of dueling scouting reports. Here’s a look.