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Am I Smarter Than an NFL QB?


Each year at the NFL combine,  prospects are asked to not only perform physical activities such as the 40-yard dash but are tasked to sharpen their minds as they are given an exam entitled, “The Wonderlic Test.”

For those who may not be aware, the Wonderlic test is a popular assessment used to measure the cognitive ability and problem-solving aptitude of hopeful NFL prospects, specifically at the QB position. The rules of the test are simple. Answer fifty multiple-choice questions in twelve minutes without using a calculator. Each question is graded on a one-point scale meaning, that a player can score as low as a zero, and as high as a fifty.

The results for this years test were released to the public earlier this week and I have to tell you, some of these developments may end up shocking you.

2020 Wonderlic Test Scores

Nate Stanley: QB (Iowa)40
Jake Fromm: QB (Georgia) 35
Joe Burrow: QB (LSU) 34
Jake Luton: QB (Oregon State) 29
Jordan Love: QB (Utah State): 27
Justin Herbert: QB (Oregon): 25
Anthony Gordon: QB (Washington State): 25
Brian Lewerke: QB (Michigan State): 25
Jacob Eason: QB (Washington): 23
James Morgan: QB (Florida International): 23
Jalen Hurts: QB (Oklahoma): 18
Tua Tagovailoa: QB (Alabama): 13 – Yikes

Below are my test results to the exam along with some other guys at DGS who wanted to put their knowledge to the test.

Peter Snyder: Intern (Double G Sports) – 25

Suck it, Tua

Will Wiegelman: Editor and Hockey Writer (Double G Sports) – 26

Annnnnnd… nobody else got back to me. Ya win some and you lose some I guess.

Furthermore, I have come to the conclusion that I am not only smarter than Tua Tagovailoa, but am tied as the 6th smartest prospect in this years draft class. Ya just HATE to see it.

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Peter Snyder is an Intern sportswriter who covers collegiate athletics as well as professional sports.
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