Brett Hundley's wait is over: with the 147th pick overall, the Green Bay Packers selected the UCLA quarterback, who'll move into a backup role behind Aaron Rodgers.
Hundley is the third Bruin drafted in the 2015 Draft, joining Eric Kendricks, who was drafted in the second round by the Vikings, and Owamagbe Odighizuwa, who was drafted in the third round by the Giants.
Hundley left school with a year of eligibility remaining, and there was even talk after his redshirt sophomore campaign that he might leave early. He elected to stay for a third year as the starter, but it was a foregone conclusion that he would leave after the season long before the 2014 season started.
Anthony Jefferson, Ellis McCarthy, and Malcolm Bunche are still waiting to hear if they'll be drafted, though none is a particularly likely selection over the next two and a half rounds.
Hundley Picked By Green Bay
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