Dede Westbrook Wonderlic Score

Dede Westbrook has had his share of off the field trouble while at Oklahoma, just one of the many things that will impact his eventual position in the 2017 NFL draft. Another thing NFL scouts will be keeping a close eye on is the Dede Westbrook Wonderlic test score. The Wonderlic test is admitted to players at the NFL combine (and sometimes in personal workouts) to help assess a player's ability to make  quick decisions. The 50 question, 12 minute test has historically been unkind to many receivers (with some glaring exceptions such as Calvin Johnson), so a high score on the Wonderlic test can...
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Christian McCaffrey Wonderlic Score

After a record setting season in 2015 expectations were off the charts for Christian McCaffrey and the Stanford Cardinal in 2016. After early blowoutlosses to Washington and Washington State, and defenses keying on McCaffrey, both the player and the team drifted out of the spotlight a bit. However, as the season progressed, McCaffrey came to life and so did Stanford, finishing the season strong with six straight wins. While electric on the field, Christian McCaffrey's Wonderlic test score of 21 at the NFL Combine in February was average at best. This is somewhat surprising given how well ot...
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Dalvin Cook Wonderlic Score

After a marvelous performance in the Orange Bowl against Michigan, NFL scouts are even higher than they were previously on Florida State's Dalvin Cook.  While many prognosticators have pegged Leonard Fournette as the top pick in the 2017 draft, there are some who think Cook may have an outside shot to come off the board first due to his all around skillset. Unfortunately, Dalvin Cook's Wonderlic test score of 11 from the NFL Scouting Combine was nothing to brag about. NFL running backs average about a 20 on the test and a score of 11 is certainly on the low end of the spectrum, even for run...
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Leonard Fournette Wonderlic Score

Coming out of high school Leonard Fournette was seen as the number one prospect in the country, just ahead of Jabrill Peppers, who will also be joining the ranks of first round draft picks in 2017.Fournette is a special talent and a punishing runner who has dominated the tough Southeastern Conference throughout his time at LSU. He's generally seen as the number one running back in this year's draft class, which is no small accomplishment in a draft that also include talents such as Dalvin Cook and Christian McCaffrey. However, what was not impressive was Leonard Fournette's Wonderlic test s...
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Jabrill Peppers Wonderlic Score

Few players will ever be as versatile on the football field as Jabrill Peppers was for Michigan in 2016. Despite missing the Wolverines' bowl game due to injury, scouts are still very high on his ability. NFL scouts will certainly be chomping at the bit to see the physical measurables. Jabrill Peppers' Wonderlic test score has finally arrived and he did pretty well. Peppers reportedly scored a 26 on his Wonderlic test, which puts him in the middle of the pack as far as defensive players go. Wonderlic test scores for all NFL players average at about a 21, which makes Peppers score above aver...
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DeShone Kizer Wonderlic Score

Of all the quarterbacks entering the 2017 NFL draft DeShone Kizer may be the one to make a biggest splash entering the NFL. Of all the tests DeShone Kizer went through at the NFL Combine, one test evaluated his ability to think both critically and quickly, and Kizer faired pretty well on it. DeShone Kizer's Wonderlic test score of 28 was above average for quarterbacks and is a score that will unlikely affect his draft position. Take our sample Wonderlic tests to see how your score compares to DeShone Kizer and other legendary NFL players. Are You Smarter Than DeShone Kizer? Take a Wonde...
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Myles Garrett Wonderlic Score

During the early pre-draft cycles, Texas A&M star Myles Garrett has been considered by many talent evaluators as the best prospect in the 2017 draft. His eventual draft position could depend on teams' overall needs, but most prognosticators see him going within the top three picks. After the NFL Scouting Combine it became fairly clear that Garrett should be the number one pick in the NFL draft. Of course, one major component of the NFL combine is the Wonderlic score, and he did not disappoint at all. Myles Garrett's Wonderlic test score of 31 is quite good and it is well above average f...
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Deshaun Watson Wonderlic Test Score

UPDATED: Deshaun Watson's Wonderlic Scores have been released! (see below) Deshaun Watson is considered one of the best quarterbacks coming out of College Football for the 2017 draft and he was able to show his skill set during the national championship game against Alabama when Clemson was able to avenge their loss from the previous season. Many of us, particularly NFL scouts looking for a new franchise quarterback, are wondering if Deshaun Watson's success in college football will translate in the NFL. One of the most anticipated results from the NFL Combine will be Deshaun Watson's Wo...
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Lowest Wonderlic Test Scores

The Wonderlic is given to prospective NFL players during the NFL Scouting Combine every April. This 12 minute 50 question test not only tests the intelligence of players but their ability to think and make decisions quickly. While there have many impressive and nearly unbeatable Wonderlic test scores, others have not fared so well. Below are some of the most famous worst known Wonderlic test scores ever recorded during the NFL Scouting Combine. Cordarrelle Patterson - WR -  11 Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson was drafted in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft after ...
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Why Doesn’t the Military Use the Wonderlic?

The Wonderlic is a pretty awesome and simple test. In just 12 minutes you get a score that is measurable and comparable to Wonderlic test scores from other test takers and from previous years. The Wonderlic is used as a test by the NFL as well as employers across the world. Businesses use the Wonderlic to help make hiring decisions as well as other staffing decisions. So why doesn’t the military start adapting the Wonderlic test to make similar staffing decisions? The military already has a test in place called the ASAVB, and all applicants to any branch of the military are required to tak...
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