Drew Lock committed to Missouri in 2014 as one of the highest rated recruits to ever attend the school. After a rough freshman year that saw him throw for eight interceptions and only four touchdowns, Lock quickly turned things around and became one of the most prolific passers in the NCAA over his final three seasons.
Drew Lock Wonderlic Test Score – 26
When Drew Lock’s Wonderlic test score was reported, it likely didn’t hurt his chances in the draft. Leaked reports say he put up a 26 on his Wonderlic Test during the Scouting Combine. See how his score compared to other top prospects.
What is the Wonderlic Test?
If this is the first you’ve heard of the Wonderlic Test, you haven’t been paying attention to the NFL Combine. the Wonderlic is one of the most widely used cognitive ability tests in the world, and certainly the most well-known. The 50 question, 12 minute test was first used by the Dallas Cowboys in the 1970s to better assess a player’s ability to think on their feet. The test quickly became a staple for player assessments around the league before finally becoming a staple of the NFL Scouting Combine.
About Drew Lock
Drew Lock is a bit of a rarity in the NFL draft, a graduating senior who will likely be one of the first quarterbacks taken. As of 2019, most prolific signal callers in the college game jump after their first strong season. Lock, however, threw for over 3000 yards during his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior seasons at Missouri totaling 95 touchdowns and 31 interceptions. His Junior year he averaged more than ten yards per attempt while throwing for 44 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. The “Golden Arm” of Missouri may go in the first round and has a strong chance of being handed the keys to an NFL franchise in the next year or two.