LOS ANGELES (AP) — UCLA coach Jim Mora has chosen redshirt freshman Brett Hundley to be the Bruins’ starting quarterback.

The first-year coach made the announcement in a news release Friday.

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Hundley was competing with Kevin Prince, Richard Brehaut and Jerry Neuheisel for the starting job. Prince, a senior, has made the bulk of the starts at quarterback for the Bruins over the last three seasons.

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Former coach Rick Neuheisel recruited Hundley to UCLA out of Arizona. Hundley was one of the most highly touted quarterbacks in the country while at Chandler High School.

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Mora replaced Neuheisel after the Bruins went 6-7 last season.