Scout.com's No. 6 quarterback in the country chose the Huskies and the Bruins from 21 total offers.
"They both stood out for me over everyone else and that's why I picked them," he said. "They're both schools I've kept my eye on and there's no wiggle room in this decision – they're the two that I'm going to stick with."
Hundley said he's close the pulling the trigger on making a commitment but it's going to take a little trip to each in order to finalize his decision.
"I'm taking an unofficial visit to UCLA this weekend and will get out to UW the following weekend," he said. "When I decide on where I'm going to commit, I'll end up taking an official visit there. Hey, I'm not the greedy type so why take someone else's visit if I don't have to. I don't have a timetable on when I'll be ready to commit, but I think I'll get it done in the next month or two.
"Both of those programs are doing good things, and though they're not the Alabama of college football, they're up-and-coming. I feel I could bring a lot to the table at each school."
So what's it going to come down to in order for Hundley choose?
"You just know," he said. "I could talk on and on about both but I'm going to make my decision on what feels the best, and I've got a good feeling with these two. I've taken a lot of trips and they both stood out the most. And when you pick schools you just got to know – you've got to feel it.
"I've got a lot of confidence in my abilities and the quarterback situation at each school is different," he said. "UCLA didn't take a QB last year, but they've got three right now, and UW's got Nick Montana and Keith Price, so I can't really say which quarterback situation looks best on paper."
Chandler High School will take on Skyline High School in its first game of the season on Aug. 27.
Hundley reports a 3.9 GPA (pre-med major) and says he's gearing up to take the SAT for the first time in October.