Wonderlic Scores, Pros vs. Joes Infographic

If you've ever sat on the couch and wondered what your favorite football player might be doing with their life if they hadn't gotten drafted, you're not alone. With a mountain of information available about how NFL players have scored on the Wonderlic, we thought it would be interesting to see how the average positional scores stacked up to scores of average Joes with more standard types of jobs. Some of the results might surprise you. Share this Image On Your Site Infographic developed by wonderlictestsample.com Wonderlic Scores Pros vs. Joes Each year NFL prospects take th...
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Richard Sherman Wonderlic Score

As the 2017 combine as wrapped up over the weekend in Indianapolis, predictably the Wonderlic scores of some of the top draft prospects will begin to leak out. While the tests that are taken by NFL draft hopefuls Myles Garrett, Dalvin Cook, Leonard Fournette, Jonthan Allan, Jamal Adams and other top prospects are supposed to stay confidential, inevitably a few weeks after the draft they are leaked.  Often these scores show what a player's IQ may be, although it is often argued if it has any bearing on actual on field performance. Once these scores start getting out it is always fun to go ba...
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Quarterback Wonderlic Scores – Starters vs Backups

Most of the popular Wonderlic test score studies try to find relationships between quarterback Wonderlic scores and a wide range of on field performance statistics. These include but are not limited to passer rating, passing yards, touchdowns, wins and salary. However there is a big problem with trying to find correlations between Wonderlic scores and on field performances - there are way too many factors that play a role in determining future performances at the quarterback position. Can any of us honestly say that Tom Brady would be known as the best quarterback of all time if he was drafted...
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Missing NFL Wonderlic Test Scores

Many NFL players simply do not have Wonderlic scores, either because they went undrafted, never attended the NFL Scouting Combine, the Wonderlic was not a part of the Combine when they were drafted, or their scores simply were never released. While there may be Wonderlic test scores circulating out there they are likely not accurate. Wonderlic scores are out of 50 and the test is similar to an IQ test. Similar to an IQ score of 100 the average score on a Wonderlic test is about 20. Many of these players were low profile players when they were graduating college but went on to have great NFL...
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O.J. Howard Wonderlic Test Score

It's truly incredible the kind of talent is churned out of Tuscaloosa annually. O.J. Howard is another one in the Alabama program that has caught a lot of folks' attention, particularly when he went off for 208 receiving yards and two touchdowns in the 2015 National Championship Game. At 6'6" and 249 LBS, Howard is a truly gifted tight end, and his stats coming out of the NFL Combine, proved has both the physical and metal talent to make it in the NFL. O.J. Howard's Wonderlic test score of 27 is a solid stat that shouldn't worry any scouts. A 27 is above average for the tight end position a...
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Malik Hooker Wonderlic Test Score

The definition of an athletic safety, Hooker had offers on the table to play Division I basketball coming out of high school, but turned them down for his shot at playing in the defensive backfield for the Buckeyes. It looks like he made the right decision. Just a redshirt sophomore in 2016, Hooker earned first team All-American honors, after a season in which he made 74 tackles, coupled with seven picks, tied for second in the country. He doesn't have stellar speed, but has more than made up for it with incredible anticipation and quick reactions. With the NFL Combine wrapped up, we have t...
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Derek Barnett Wonderlic Test Score

Barnett's resume at Tennessee simply speaks for itself. A three-time first team All-SEC member, he made an instant impact for the Vols when he lead the SEC with 20.5 tackles for loss in 2014, the best in the SEC. And he did it as the first freshman to ever start on the defensive line for Tennessee. Barnett will beat you off the line with just his hands, and once he's locked in on his target it's tough to get in his way. His prolific success at Tennessee has drawn comparisons to Reggie White, another former Volunteer great, and although that's a big comparison to fill, Barnett has tools which m...
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Corey Davis Wonderlic Test Score

It's tough to project just where Davis will land in the 2017 Draft, but one things is for certain: he caught scouts' eyes in 2016, earning the Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Year Award, while setting the record for most major college football receiving yards over his career, with 5,285. A great success story, Davis overcame a rough upbringing and academic issues to make his mark at Western Michigan, where he earned first team All-American honors this past season after a 1,500 yard, 19 touchdown season (tied for most in college football). Davis is a true competitor, and has a w...
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Taco Charlton Wonderlic Test Score

Okay so maybe his first name isn't authentic, but his presence at defensive end is. Taco Charlton earned first team All-Big Ten honors in 2016, racking up 9.5 sacks with 13 total tackles for loss. Charlton packs a punch with an impressive blend of size, length, and athleticism coming off the end. The scariest part for NFL offensive lineman is that he's still not done growing. He's extremely quick off the ball, and can put lineman on their heels in a hurry on his way into the backfield. In the new age of NFL football, defensive linemen don't just have to be strong, fast and athletic. They al...
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John Ross Wonderlic Test Score

The future looked very bright for Ross' career in Washington, until he tore an ACL in the spring of 2015. But he bounced back nicely in 2016, garnering second-team All-American honors after hauling in an impressive load of 17 touchdowns to go with 1,150 yards receiving. Ross' number one weapon is his speed, which demands attention from defenses and can really change the dynamic of a game. Even when he's not getting the ball on a downfield route, Ross can stretch the defense and create opportunities underneath. But Ross is still athletic enough to win battles in slant and fade routes down in th...
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