Jake Browning of Washintgon is projected to be a high draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The 6’2″ 205 lb. Browning threw for 12,028 yards in his four-year career at Washington. Additionally, he threw for 93 touchdowns and 34 interceptions, with a 64.6% passing completion rate.
Jake Browning Wonderlic Test Score
At the moment there is no Wonderlic score available for Jake Browning. We will update this site as soon as the scores come out so check back during or after the 2019 NFL Combine which begins on February 26th.
What is the Wonderlic?
The Wonderlic Test is one of the oldest and most successful cognitive abilities tests used by the NFL and countless employers. Famous former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry was the first to use it for player evaluations and it was eventually adopted by so many teams that it became part of the annual NFL Scouting Combine.
About Jake Browning
Jake Browning is most known to the casual football fan as the quarterback who led the Washington Huskies to the College Football Playoff Semifinal in the 2016 Peach Bowl. After that breakout season, much was expected of Browning, though many feel he never quite lived up to the promise he showed during that 2016 season. Regardless, he is one of the most successful college quarterbacks in this class, having won 39 games in his four years running Chris Petersen’s high octane offense.
During his four years Browning was remarkably consistent, never dipping below a passer rating of 139.7 (his freshman year) while completing 64.6% of his passes, while never having a season under 62.1% (his sophomore year). It will be interesting to see how Browning performs in the Combine and which team decides to make a play for him.