Jake Fromm of the University of Georgia is widely expected to be one of the top quarterback selections at this year’s NFL Draft. The 6’2″ 220 lb. junior has decided to forgo his senior season with the Bulldogs and enter into the draft. Fromm threw for 2,860 yards and 24 touchdowns, yielding 5 interceptions. He had a passing completion percentage of 60.8% with 234 completions over 385 attempts. Not known as a rusher, he also had -12 yards on 38 recorded attempts, which were mainly sacks. This past season, he guided the Bulldogs to a Sugar Bowl win over the Baylor Bears in a 26-14 game.
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What is the Wonderlic?
The Wonderlic test has been a component of the NFL Scouting Combine for over 40 years. The test was originally used by legendary Cowboys coach Tom Landry as part of their player evaluation and was eventually adopted around the league. While there is still plenty of debate about the value of the Wonderlic, it still seems to make the headlines each year around the Combine and NFL Draft.
Jake Fromm Wonderlic Score
Fromm will take the Wonderlic test at the 200 NFL Draft Combine in February in Indianapolis. Once his score is released, it will be posted here.
About Jake Fromm
Fromm, from Warner Robins, Georgia, went to Houston County High School. When he as 11, Fromm’s Little League team nearly made the Little League World Series. As a sophomore in 2018, Fromm led the Bulldogs to the College Football National Championship Game in a very close loss to Alabama. Prior to that, Fromm led the Bulldogs to a thrilling 54-48 win over Oklahoma in double overtime in the College Football Playoff Rose Bowl. Fromm was a starter as a true freshman, throwing for 2,615 yards and 24 touchdowns, while only throwing 7 interceptions.