Daniel Jones is being discussed among NFL draft experts as having the potential to be selected in the opening rounds of the NFL Draft. The 6’5″, 220-pound quarterback from Duke had a very solid junior season in a breakout year for the Blue Devils. He finished his ACC career with 8,201 passing yards, 52 touchdowns, and 29 interceptions. His passing completion percentage in three years at Duke was a solid 59.9%.
Daniel Jones Wonderlic Test Score – 37
Daniel Jones reportedly scored a 37 on the Wonderlic Test at the 2019 NFL Combine, the third highest score behind Gardner Minshew’s 42 and Ryan Finley’s 43.
What is the Wonderlic Test?
The Wonderlic test has been a component of the NFL Scouting Combine since the 1970s. The Wonderlic is a 12 minute cognitive ability test with a top score of 50. The test is designed to assess a person’s ability to quickly solve problems and make decisions, which are useful skills in the business world and on the football field. Check out our huge database of NFL Wonderlic scores, or try the 50 question sample Wonderlic test for yourself.
About Daniel Jones
While Jones’ numbers weren’t earth shattering, he did find ways to consistently move the ball and lead Duke to an 8-5 record during his final season. More than anything, scouts are intrigued by his physical tools and the fact that he was coached by QB whisperer David Cutcliffe, who previously helped develop two other quarterbacks you may have heard of – Peyton and Eli Manning.