There was a rumor that he was a silent verbal to Washington. Again, not true.
Arizona fans thought he would be a Wildcat because his father played in Tucson.
Hundley has been relatively quiet with the media lately but he helped lay some of these rumors to rest Thursday when he told Scout.com that he has narrowed his list to two schools.
He tells us that those schools are Washington and UCLA.
"UW has a good up-and-rising program and is a good school," he says. "UCLA is a very top-notch school with another up-and-coming football team."
Hundley is a dual-threat player, not just an athlete playing quarterback. He has plenty of arm strength to make all of the throws, has a quick release and, if the pocket breaks down, can be a serious weapon on the ground.
Hundley (6-4 215) was named 1st-team All-Arizona and the state's Gatorade Player of the Year in 2009. He threw for 1,517 yards and 16 touchdowns versus just 2 interceptions. On the ground he rushed for 1,208 yards and 12 more touchdowns.