The Brett Hundley for Heisman campaign is already well underway at UCLA months before the Bruins' season kicks off at Virginia.
But before the athletic department really ramps things up on that front, the star quarterback has some other business he has to take care of first.
Namely, he has concentrate on his other job as Brett Hundley: Campus Enforcer. Confused? Just watch this nifty video produced for the UCLA Spring Sing event:
That's pretty good accuracy displayed by Hundley, but scouts might knock his arm strength on some of the throws. Of course it's a little sad to see him go out like he did, but perhaps the retirement from campus police patrol will allow him more time to throw with his teammates on the practice field this summer.
Hundley enters 2014 as one of the top quarterbacks in the country and will be one of several Pac-12 players who should be in the mix for the Heisman Trophy. He passed for 3,071 yards and posted a 24-9 touchdown-to-interception ratio last season as UCLA jumped out to a 10-3 record on the year.
The 6-foot-3 signal-caller made the difficult decision to return to Westwood instead of declaring for the 2014 NFL Draft earlier in the year, much to the delight of coach Jim Mora and Bruins fans across the country. If the redshirt junior opts to leave the program after the upcoming season, Hundley could be coveted as a strong-armed, mobile quarterback in the 2015 draft.