Deshaun Watson Wonderlic Score

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 Wonderlic test score.While the NFL Combine does not begin until February 28t...
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Carson Wentz Wonderlic Score

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Carson Wentz had a pretty good showing at the NFL Scouting Combine and news of his Wonderlic test score has been released. It has been reported that Carson Wentz has scored a 40 on the Wonderlic test. So what does that really mean?Not a whole lot.For reference, the Wonderlic test is a 50 question test that is similar to an IQ test. Test takers only have 12 minutes to complete the test and each question answered correctly counts as 1 point. So Carson Wentz got a 40/50.The Wonderlic is designed so that the average score is about 20. The questions themselves are not too difficult to a...
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Jared Goff’s Wonderlic Test Score

Throughout Jared Goff’s time at Cal he showed that has what it takes to be a top quarterback pick in the NFL draft. During the 2015 season, Jared Goff broke the Pac-12’s single season passing touchdown record with 43 passing touchdowns, which was previously held by Oregon’s Marcus Mariota with 42 in 2014.Another solid score to be added to Goff's stat sheet is his impressive Wonderlic test result. It has been reported that Jared Goff scored a 36 on the Wonderlic. Take one of our practice Wonderlic tests to see if you can score better than Goff on the Wonderlic test.During the Lockhe...
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Andrew Luck’s Wonderlic Test Score

Andrew Luck has had a pretty rough 2015 NFL season. With arguably the worst offensive line in the NFL and a lacerated kidney injury (that sounds absolutely painful) I’m sure Andrew Luck is hoping for a brighter 2016 NFL season.If Wonderlic scores do in fact predict future performance then Andrew Luck has reason to be optimistic – Andrew Luck’s Wonderlic test score of 37 is well above average for NFL quarterbacks. Can You Beat Andrew Luck's Wonderlic Score?Not only is it above average for NFL quarterbacks, it’s well above average for just about any profession. Electrical engineers av...
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Peyton Manning Wonderlic Test Score

Peyton Manning has always been a star ever since playing football. Being the top college football recruit in the country, dominating at Tennessee, being the first pick in the 1998 NFL draft, and not breaking stride in the NFL has lead him to have a certain Hall of Fame career.Average would not be an adjective often used to describe Peyton Manning, but Peyton Manning’s Wonderlic test score of 28 is just that – average. Can You Beat Peyton Manning's Wonderlic Score?A Wonderlic score of 28 is shocking to most people as Peyton Manning is known to study the game more than coaches and contr...
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Jameis Winston’s Wonderlic Test Score

This is probably not new news for you. Jameis Winston is going to be the offensive rookie of the year for the 2015-2016 season. If anyone else wins it's going to be a huge shocker.  Jameis Winston impressed many by putting on performances week after week that you’d only see in a veteran quarterback. While everyone knows that Winston is an excellent mobile quarterback, and that he would put those skills to use in the NFL, few people including myself thought that he would become a great pocket passer in such short time.Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota were the focus of the 2015 NFL Comb...
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Tom Brady’s Wonderlic Test Score

Tom Brady aka the Golden Boy is probably the best example in NFL history of an underrated player that should have been drafted higher. In the 2000 NFL draft he was selected in the 6th round with the 199th overall pick. Six quarterbacks were selected ahead of Tom Brady before he was drafted. Considering that many smart NFL analysts view Tom Brady as the greatest NFL player EVER, those statistics are staggering. Did Tom Brady’s Wonderlic score of 33 predict his hall of fame worthy future career? Well, no, but it may have justified him being drafted higher. Think You Can Beat Tom Brady’s Wonderl...
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Russell Wilson’s Wonderlic Test

Russell Wilson was drafted in the 2012 NFL draft and was selected in the third round as the 75th overall pick. There was plenty of great talent that year in the quarterback position, most notably Andrew Luck being drafted 1st and Robert Griffin III right behind him at 2nd. Other notable QBs that went ahead of Russell Wilson in that draft include Ryan Tannehill as the 8th pick, Brandon Weeden at 22, and finally Brock Osweiler at 57. That’s five quarterbacks that were selected before Russell Wilson.Would scouts have benefited from paying closer attention to Russell Wilson’s Wonderlic score o...
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Aaron Rodgers’ Wonderlic Test Score

When Aaron Rodgers was drafted in 2005 absolutely no one expected that he would have the kind of career he’s had to this date. Aaron Rodgers will likely go down as the greatest quarterback in Packers history (sorry Brett Favre) and as one of the most talented quarterbacks in NFL history.What scouts should have paid closer attention to was Aaron Rodgers’ Wonderlic test score of 35. Think You Can Beat Aaron Rodgers’ Wonderlic Test Score?So how good is a 35? The average Wonderlic score of NFL football players is about a 21, but for quarterbacks it’s a bit higher at a 24. Offensive tackl...
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Cam Newton’s Wonderlic Test Score

There’s no doubt that Cam Newton was the most talked about and sought after quarterback during the 2011 NFL draft. After excelling at Auburn and winning the Heisman trophy ahead of Andrew Luck, there was little doubt that Carolina was going to select him as the number 1 pick in the NFL draft – which they did.Still there were a number of questions regarding his future performance and whether or not he would make it in the NFL or be added to the list of great college quarterbacks that couldn’t fit their skill sets in the NFL. One of the frequently referenced statistics from his NFL combine w...
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