Will Grier skipped his bowl game against Syracuse to prepare for the NFL Draft after a big season at West Virginia. The 6’2″, 217 pound quarterback transferred From Florida to West Virginia in 2016 and performed marvelously running coach Dana Holgersen’s offense. His career statistics include 65.7% passing completion percentage, with 81 touchdowns and 23 interceptions, with a total of 8,556 passing yards.
Will Grier Wonderlic Test Score
We anxiously await the upcoming NFL Combine so we can get our hands on Will Grier’s Wonderlic Test score. At this point, those have not been made available. Come back in early March and we’ll get it posted as soon as we can.
What is the Wonderlic Test?
The Wonderlic Test is a 50 question, 12-minute test to gauge a person’s cognitive ability. Ultimately, a high score depends on an individual’s ability to quickly understand a question and solve a problem or make an educated guess. The NFL has used this test since the 1970s as part of their evaluation process after first being used by the Dallas Cowboys. Be sure to check out our huge database of NFL Wonderlic scores, or try the 50 question sample Wonderlic test for yourself.
About Will Grier
Making the move from Florida to West Virginia’s pass happy offense was a wise one for Will Grier, as he put up video game numbers for much of the 2018 season, throwing for 3,864 yards and 37 touchdowns as a senior in the Big 12 conference.
Scouts believe he has the ability to read defenses and the arm strength to make the throws, but worry that his deep ball might not be accurate enough to consistently test defenses down the field. The NFL Combine should help answer some questions about Grier’s physical abilities as well as his mental abilities with his Wonderlic Test score.