Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) - Bryce Petty didn't have to wait long to finally have his name called on Day 3 of the NFL draft. For fellow quarterback Brett Hundley, the delay took a bit longer.
Petty was selected by the New York Jets early in the fourth round, with Hundley becoming the next high-profile signal-caller to come off the board when the Green Bay Packers took the UCLA product in the fifth.
The Jets traded up one spot with Jacksonville to nab Petty, the 2013 Big 12 Player of the Year who led Baylor to back-to-back conference championships and a pair of major bowl appearances over the past two seasons, with the fourth choice of the fourth round (103rd overall).
Green Bay also moved up in the fifth to nab Hundley, the Bruins' all-time leader in passing yards and touchdown passes, with the 147th pick.
Tennessee opened Day 3 by taking Auburn defensive tackle Angelo Blackson with pick No. 100.
Other notable selections on Saturday's final day included a pair of USC players, defensive back Josh Shaw and running back Buck Allen, Florida State wide receiver Rashad Greene and Boise State running back Jay Ajayi.
Shaw, limited to just three games as a senior by an ankle sprain in which he was suspended by the Trojans for lying to police as to the nature of the injury, was chosen by Cincinnati at the No. 21 slot of the fourth round. Former teammate Allen went to Baltimore five spots later.
Greene was plucked by Jacksonville with the third pick of the fifth round, while Ajayi's draft fall finally ended when the powerful back was grabbed by Miami with the 13th selection of the fifth.
Petty and Hundley are the fifth and sixth quarterbacks to come off the board in this year's draft. Former Heisman Trophy winners Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota were chosen by Tampa Bay and Tennessee, respectively, with the top two overall picks on Thursday, while Colorado State's Garrett Grayson (New Orleans) and Oregon State's Sean Mannion (St. Louis) were claimed in Friday's third round.