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Wonderlic Results (1 Viewer)

Ramblin' Irish

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Anyone know if they have posted the individual Wonderlic results or know of a site that lists them. I found one last year, but cannot remember which one it was.

 
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They arent supposed to be released and usually arent leaked til well after the combine...and if memory serves usually after the draft.
Thanks. I know that last year NFL Draft Scout had them for free. but now they are charging for their draft information. :thumbdown:

 
I saw this up on NFL.comA genius walks among us Harvard quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick took his Wonderlic exam, and got every single question right. That ties him with Pat McInally as the only two people who achieved a perfect score on the test. However, Fitzpatrick finished his exam in nine minutes! That has got to be a record.

 
FSU and UM grads who constantly score in single digits.
switch grads to "nfl football players" and it'll make more sense. I know some of them graduate, but the ones that do proboably put some work into it (and proboably don't exactly have an advanced degree).
 
FSU and UM grads who constantly score in single digits.
switch grads to "nfl football players" and it'll make more sense. I know some of them graduate, but the ones that do proboably put some work into it (and proboably don't exactly have an advanced degree).
Sorry....my mistake. Change the word "grads" to "alums"
:fishing:
 
14 out of 15, the stupid partnership question screwed me up.pretty easy, probably not the toughest questions.

 
15 out of 15, in almost 5 mins........ but with a 30-45 sec phone call counted in that time.How could you score single digits? Some of those are all but gimmies?

 
15 out of 15, in almost 5 mins........ but with a 30-45 sec phone call counted in that time.

How could you score single digits? Some of those are all but gimmies?
The test is culturally biased.
 
15 out of 15 in a little over 4 minutes.I am going to have my 10 year old son try this and see how he does. I can see missing a couple, but a lot of these are very simple.

 
I missed 1.... how do you figure out the words per page one?
X = Small Type pages21 - X = Large Type pages

2400X + (21 - X) * 1800 = 48000

divide by 600

4X + (21 - X) * 3 = 80

4X + 63 - 3X = 80

X = 17

 
I had to at my last job, and scored a 41 out of 50, and I could definitely see why so many of the NFL athletes only score in the 20s.
If you got a 41, how can you see why so many players score in the 20's? Do you think you are twice as smart as most college graduates, or just those that go to the NFL?
 
Didn't Javon Walker score 9 out of 50?Aren't Wide Receivers traditionally awful in these exams?

Offensive tackles: 26Centers: 25Quarterbacks: 24Guards: 23Tight Ends: 22Safeties: 19Middle linebackers: 19Cornerbacks: 18Wide receivers: 17Fullbacks: 17Halfbacks: 16Chemist: 31Programmer: 29Newswriter: 26Sales: 24Bank teller: 22Clerical Worker: 21Security Guard: 17Warehouse: 15
I think the time limit is what screws people up. They take too long on a question or 2
 
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I saw this up on NFL.comA genius walks among us Harvard quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick took his Wonderlic exam, and got every single question right. That ties him with Pat McInally as the only two people who achieved a perfect score on the test. However, Fitzpatrick finished his exam in nine minutes! That has got to be a record.
So is nfl.com going to publish all the results? Or just the ones that make somebody look good?
 
I saw this up on NFL.com

A genius walks among us

Harvard quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick took his Wonderlic exam, and got every single question right. That ties him with Pat McInally as the only two people who achieved a perfect score on the test. However, Fitzpatrick finished his exam in nine minutes! That has got to be a record.
So is nfl.com going to publish all the results? Or just the ones that make somebody look good?
The results will probably be public knowledge sooner or later. After the NFL Draft at the latest
 
15 out of 15 in a little over 4 minutes.

I am going to have my 10 year old son try this and see how he does. I can see missing a couple, but a lot of these are very simple.
Just the person I'm looking for,always wanted someone who was smart to openthe door to my limo for me. Your hired. :rotflmao:

 
Aren't Wide Receivers traditionally awful in these exams?
Last years results:1. kickers (5 five players, 29.0 average score)

2. centers (10 players, 27.6)

3. quarterbacks (21, 25.5)

4. guards (21, 24.4)

5. offensive tackles (20, 23.9)

6. inside linebackers (9, 23.4)

7. tight ends (19, 22.2)

8. fullbacks (7, 21.9)

9. punters (6, 21.3)

10. running backs (23, 20.9)

11. outside linebackers (29, 19.9)

12. defensive ends (30, 19.7)

13. defensive tackles (31, 19.5)

14. wide receivers (50, 19.4)

15. safeties (25, 18.1)

16. cornerbacks (30, 17.7)

 
This test is stupid. Akili Smith scored a 38. Big deal.

You can't teach a guy to run a 4.3 in the classroom.
And you can't get all 4.3 guys to run the right direction.Balance is needed.

 
:rotflmao: Frank Gore got the lowest score, a 6!!! He must be as dumb as a post.

 
Nice showing Miami!

Frank Gore - 6

Roscoe Parrish - 10

Kevin Everett - 12

Brock Berlin - 13

Others I found notable:

Chris Henry - 9, not that it was unexpected

Alex Smith - 40, awesome
Why did you leave off Rolles 21?
 
It says Ryan Fitzpatrick got a 38. Everyone else is reporting he got a perfect score, 50.

 
Nice showing Miami!

Frank Gore - 6

Roscoe Parrish - 10

Kevin Everett - 12

Brock Berlin - 13

Others I found notable:

Chris Henry - 9, not that it was unexpected

Alex Smith - 40, awesome
Why did you leave off Rolles 21?
I was just looking for low #s from recognizable names, and realized after I was done that 80% of what I found was from Miami.Congrats to Rolle, hes literate.
lolPretty sure Gore has a learning disability, so you can't really hold that against him TOO much, but Berlin's 13 is probably the most pathetic score in the whole combine, considering the position he has to play.

Good luck in Canada, Brock.

 
Results are out, did a search and didn't see a list. Forgive me if Honda.

Wonderlic Results
Let's look at who scored 10 or less....Gore, Frank (RB) MIAMI (FL) - 6

Willams, Cedrick (CB) KANSAS STATE - 8

Patterson, Mike (DT) SOUTHERN CAL - 9

Reid, Lamont (CB) North Carolina State - 9

Moore, Eric (DE) Florida State - 9

Montgomery, Mike (DE) Texas AM - 9

Henry, Chris (WR) West Virginia - 9

Parrish, Roscoe (WR) MIAMI (FL) - 10

Daniels, Travis (CB) LSU - 10

Gilmore, Howard (WR) Norfolk State - 10

Hmmmm.....

 
QB scores (possible 1st day prospect?)Smith, Alex 40 Rodgers, Aaron 35 Frye, Charlie 38 Campbell, Jason 28 Walter, Andrew 31 Orton, Kyle 27 Orlovsky, Dan 30 Anderson, Derek 23 McPherson, Adrian 26

 
A 6?? :wall: :wall: :wall: That's the lowest score I have ever heard of since I started following the combine. Javon Walker and Sean Taylor were two pretty big name players who scored sub-10s. Does anyone remember a score this low?
 
:rotflmao:

Frank Gore got the lowest score, a 6!!! He must be as dumb as a post.
Actually he was a special ed kid. I saw a bit about him a while back on ESPN. In high school he was being told that he probably didnt have the brains to play in the NFL. Pretty sad really.Braylon Edwards 27 isn't too shabby. The other day I picked up an old unread SI with a profile of him. It noted that he got an 1100 in his SAT, which is probably pretty good for a WR. I don't think that brains are all-important for NFL players, but I will say that amongst the things that attracted me to Kevin Curtis & Steven Jackson early on were that they both had pretty good wonderlic scores (40 something and high-20's, respectively). In fact I bet that Rams offensive players & NEP players tend to have reasonably high wonderlics.

 
A 6?? :wall: :wall: :wall:

That's the lowest score I have ever heard of since I started following the combine. Javon Walker and Sean Taylor were two pretty big name players who scored sub-10s. Does anyone remember a score this low?
Oh. If he is indeed special ed. then I guess I should feel like an ### about now. I'll just go back to making fun of Sean Taylor.
 
A 6?? :wall:   :wall:   :wall:

That's the lowest score I have ever heard of since I started following the combine.  Javon Walker and Sean Taylor were two pretty big name players who scored sub-10s.  Does anyone remember a score this low?
Oh. If he is indeed special ed. then I guess I should feel like an ### about now. I'll just go back to making fun of Sean Taylor.
"Gore, who has a learning disability, said he still wants to earn his liberal arts degree. He said he is on pace to graduate in May, and already has told his advisor he wants to continue with classes."Now if I ever hear someone say that college is too hard for them I'm going to slap them upside the head. You have to admire a guy like Gore for working to get where he is.

 
Frank Gore should have just crossed in the first column all the time. At least he ought to have gotten 12-13 then...Pathetic!!!Or isn't it options?

 
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A 6?? :wall:   :wall:   :wall:

That's the lowest score I have ever heard of since I started following the combine.   Javon Walker and Sean Taylor were two pretty big name players who scored sub-10s.   Does anyone remember a score this low?
Oh. If he is indeed special ed. then I guess I should feel like an ### about now. I'll just go back to making fun of Sean Taylor.
"Gore, who has a learning disability, said he still wants to earn his liberal arts degree. He said he is on pace to graduate in May, and already has told his advisor he wants to continue with classes."Now if I ever hear someone say that college is too hard for them I'm going to slap them upside the head. You have to admire a guy like Gore for working to get where he is.
I have a tremendous amount of respect for Frank Gore for overcoming adversity and working hard to earn a college degree. That's fantastic, and my hat is off to him.What I have to wonder about is the University of Miami. I have several friends who went to undergrad there and are now successful doctors, so obviously a quality education can be had there. However, anyone who scores a 6 on the Wonderlic test shouldn't even have a HS diploma, let alone a college degree. I took the Wonderlic test (as well as the MMPI - my brother went to school for a PsyD) and anyone who scores a 6 on that test has the intelligence of the average 3rd grader (if that.) So how does a college justify giving that individual a degree? If you score a 6 on the Wonderlic, there is no way on Earth that you could handle the material required to graduate from any 4-year college in this country.

 
maybe you haven't heard the rumors but there is talk that athletes get preferential treatment at some universities

I have a tremendous amount of respect for Frank Gore for overcoming adversity and working hard to earn a college degree. That's fantastic, and my hat is off to him.

What I have to wonder about is the University of Miami. I have several friends who went to undergrad there and are now successful doctors, so obviously a quality education can be had there. However, anyone who scores a 6 on the Wonderlic test shouldn't even have a HS diploma, let alone a college degree. I took the Wonderlic test (as well as the MMPI - my brother went to school for a PsyD) and anyone who scores a 6 on that test has the intelligence of the average 3rd grader (if that.) So how does a college justify giving that individual a degree? If you score a 6 on the Wonderlic, there is no way on Earth that you could handle the material required to graduate from any 4-year college in this country.
 
A 6?? :wall: :wall: :wall:

That's the lowest score I have ever heard of since I started following the combine. Javon Walker and Sean Taylor were two pretty big name players who scored sub-10s. Does anyone remember a score this low?
Oh. If he is indeed special ed. then I guess I should feel like an ### about now. I'll just go back to making fun of Sean Taylor.
"Gore, who has a learning disability, said he still wants to earn his liberal arts degree. He said he is on pace to graduate in May, and already has told his advisor he wants to continue with classes."Now if I ever hear someone say that college is too hard for them I'm going to slap them upside the head. You have to admire a guy like Gore for working to get where he is.
I have a tremendous amount of respect for Frank Gore for overcoming adversity and working hard to earn a college degree. That's fantastic, and my hat is off to him.What I have to wonder about is the University of Miami. I have several friends who went to undergrad there and are now successful doctors, so obviously a quality education can be had there. However, anyone who scores a 6 on the Wonderlic test shouldn't even have a HS diploma, let alone a college degree. I took the Wonderlic test (as well as the MMPI - my brother went to school for a PsyD) and anyone who scores a 6 on that test has the intelligence of the average 3rd grader (if that.) So how does a college justify giving that individual a degree? If you score a 6 on the Wonderlic, there is no way on Earth that you could handle the material required to graduate from any 4-year college in this country.
If he has a learning disability, timed tests like this could be a problem. LA degrees would have quite a bit of essays, etc.Question is: how well can he learn NFL playbooks? Given that Miami is not an easy offense to comprehend, I'd say Frank has done a hell of a job.

You can't teach speed. You can't teach heart and determination either. Track this guy - depending where he lands, he could be worth a flier in a dynasty.

 
maybe you haven't heard the rumors but there is talk that athletes get preferential treatment at some universities

I have a  tremendous amount of respect for Frank Gore for overcoming adversity and working hard to earn a college degree.  That's fantastic, and my hat is off to him.

What I have to wonder about is the University of Miami.  I have several friends who went to undergrad there and are now successful doctors, so obviously a quality education can be had there.  However, anyone who scores a 6 on the Wonderlic test shouldn't even have a HS diploma, let alone a college degree. I took the Wonderlic test (as well as the MMPI - my brother went to school for a PsyD) and anyone who scores a 6 on that test has the intelligence of the average 3rd grader (if that.)  So how does a college justify giving that individual a degree?  If you score a 6 on the Wonderlic, there is no way on Earth that you could handle the material required to graduate from any 4-year college in this country.
Thank you. I didn't want to come out and impune the University... I appreciate you doing it for me. :P
 
This test is stupid. Akili Smith scored a 38. Big deal.
Did he? The NFL isn't so sure...
But (Akili) Smith has always struggled with the mental side of things, his toughness in the pocket has been questioned and his work ethic has never been good.

In fact, Smith has been suspected of taking shortcuts ever since he took the Wonderlic test before the 1999 draft. After scoring 15 out of 50 on his first try, Smith's score ballooned to 37 on his second attempt.

Smith credited the jump to his work with a tutor out of San Diego before the second test. NFL scouts suspected Smith cheated off teammate Jason Maas, who scored 43 that year.
What does baffled mean???
 
I have a tremendous amount of respect for Frank Gore for overcoming adversity and working hard to earn a college degree. That's fantastic, and my hat is off to him.

What I have to wonder about is the University of Miami. I have several friends who went to undergrad there and are now successful doctors, so obviously a quality education can be had there. However, anyone who scores a 6 on the Wonderlic test shouldn't even have a HS diploma, let alone a college degree. I took the Wonderlic test (as well as the MMPI - my brother went to school for a PsyD) and anyone who scores a 6 on that test has the intelligence of the average 3rd grader (if that.) So how does a college justify giving that individual a degree? If you score a 6 on the Wonderlic, there is no way on Earth that you could handle the material required to graduate from any 4-year college in this country.
Newsflash: the NCAA is a joke.
 
WTF is up with this question? I know what they are trying to ask, but the way it's phrased is wrong (daylight hours + darkness hours = 24 a day). The way it's written the answer would be June and November since they have 30 days in them like September.12. The hours of daylight and darkness in SEPTEMBER are nearest equal to the hours of daylight and darkness in: 1. June, 2. March, 3. May, 4. November

 

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