Jarrett Stidham of Auburn University had decided to forego his senior season and enter the 2019 NFL Draft. The 6’3″, 215 lb. quarterback threw for 7,217 yards in his career at both Baylor and Auburn, including 48 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.
Jarrett Stidham Wonderlic Test Score – 27
The former Auburn and Baylor signal caller did well for himself by scoring a reported 27 on the Wonderlic Test, a score that is perfectly in line with other high end quarterbacks from the past. See how his score compares to the other 2019 quarterback prospects.
What is the Wonderlic Test?
If you’re unfamiliar with the Wonderlic you might be surprised to know that this test is used by a large number of employers besides the NFL. This 12-minute, 50 question test has been used Human Resource departments and hiring managers for decades to test an individual’s ability to make quick, accurate decisions. Legendary Cowboys coach Tom Landry was the first to use it for evaluating football players, and it has stuck around in the process since the 1970s.
About Jarrett Stidham
Jarrett Stidham had an unusual college career as he was extremely successful between two programs – Baylor and Auburn, leading both schools to prime time bowl appearances. Beginning in the offense heavy Big 12, he put up video game numbers in his appearances as a freshman, with a 199 passer rating in his ten games, throwing 12 touchdowns on only 109 pass attempts. After sitting one year during his transfer he managed to throw 36 touchdowns to only 11 interceptions over his final two years with the Tigers.
Stidham is an interesting prospect as he has all of the traditional physical tools you’d like to see in a quarterback with his size and strong arm, but also is an above average runner.