Take the Wonderlic Test

Take the Wonderlic Test

Take the Wonderlic Test by Utter-Fantasy Writer & Illustrator Doug Bowles

 

April is approaching, and means the 2016 NFL Draft…and Wonderlic Tests. Whether you think these tests are a valid benchmark for a player’s intelligence or not, they are interesting. The test is used to measure players’ aptitude for learning and problem solving. The possible score range is 1 to 50. The average football player scores around 20 points and scoring as low as 10 points suggests a person may be literate.

“Quick Quiz”The Wonderlic Test–  ….Now it’s your turn to see how you’d stack up. The following link is a shortened version of the test, but a good sampling of the questions found here.  You’ll have 3 minutes and 36 seconds to answer 15 questions.

“Full Quiz” –The Full Wonderlic Exam.  …and if you are feeling really ambitious, here is another website with both the “Quick Quiz” version, and a longer version. You’ll have 12 minutes to answer 50 questions.

…and if you are feeling really proud of your score, please share with us!

Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, the two top QB prospects in last year’s draft completed the test, and recorded the scores of Winston (27) & Mariota (33).

Here is a sampling of some more notable QB Wonderlic scores:

Punter Pat McInally- 50
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick- 48
TE Ben Watson- 48
WR Kevin Curtis- 48
OL Matt Birk- 46
WR Eric Decker- 43
WR Calvin Johnson- 41
QB Colin Kaepernick- 37
QB Tony Romo- 37
QB Aaron Rodgers- 35
QB Robert Griffin III- 24
WR Andre Johnson- 23
RB LeVeon Bell- 17
RB CJ Spiller- 10
QB Jeff George- 10
K Sebastian Janokowski- 10
RB Carlos Hyde- 9
RB Frank Gore- 6
RB Vince Young- 6
CB Morris Claiborne- 4

Good Luck!