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. Take a look at some of Brady's highlights while playing at Michigan. Can you see...
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Russell Wilson’s Wonderlic Test Score

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 Wilso...
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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. He has consistently led the Packers to NFC North titles year after year and brought the Packers a Super Bowl title in 2011. So what was it that NFL GMs and scouts overlooked? Was there something about Aaro...
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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 f...
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