- Date of Birth:
- June 15, 1993
- 6' 3"
Brett Hundley (born June 15, 1993 in Chandler, Arizona) is an American professional football player. He was named the UCLA starting quarterback for the 2012 season and he made a 72-yard run in his first-ever college game against Rice. He set a UCLA season record with 3,740 yards passing. In 2013, Brett continued to start as a quarter back for the Bruins. Two NFL teams said Brett could be the top quarterback in the 2014 NFL Draft if he opted to leave school, but he chose to return to UCLA for his junior year. Brett entered the 2015 NFL Draft and was drafted as the 147th pick by the Green Bay Packers. With them, he signed a four year contract and became the 3rd-string quarterback behind Aaron Rodgers and Scott Tolzien. For the 2016 season, Brett was named as the backup quarterback behind Aaron, after Scott left the team. He has only played in one preseason game since being bothered by an ankle injury.
Best Known For:
Brett is best known for being the backup quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.
Brett’s father, Brett Sr., was a running back for University of Arizona and his uncle played quarterback at Wichita State University.