Just Blog Baby 2014 NFL Mock Draft: First Round 1.0

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Nov 30, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley (17) celebrates after a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Southern California Trojans at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

#2 Jacksonville Jaguars: Brett Hundley, QB UCLA

Career Stats: 550 completions, 6585 passing yards, 51 passing TD’s, 20 INT’s, 942 rushing yards, 18 rushing TD’s

2013 Stats: 232 completions, 2845 passing yards, 22 passing TD’s, 9 INT’s, 587 rushing yards, 9 rushing TD’s

Rory’s Take: This seems crazy even to me, but for some reason it just seems too feasible. Hundley definitely needs to work on some mechanical and accuracy things, but there is a lot of hype for the quarterbacks in this draft class. Hundley has had some big wins which could easily propel him to a top 5 spot. It also helps that the three teams at the top desperately want a quarterback to lead their franchises. There is a good chance he stays in school another year so this may change significantly in the future.

Chase’s Take: You are right, this is a little bit crazy yet it doesn’t mean it doesn’t make sense. Hundley has the tools to be a top player in this draft, I just think he knows as well as we do that the chance to be that guy is next season. In a crowded QB class Hundley is probably the most athletically intriguing and he has a very good short resume on top of that in a UCLA program he has put on the rise. I think Hundley is staying in school wisely and will be one of the top picks in the 2015 Draft after another strong year from the Bruins under Jim Mora Jr.

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