Being we’ve just finished up the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine and are now just weeks away from the 2014 NFL Draft, the Wonderlic test results will be all the rage.
So how do you think you’d do in the annual exam presented to prospective NFL talent? Think you could hammer out a better score? Well, now you have your chance as you can test your skills on FootballIQScore.com.
The test is a sort of IQ test 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 at least 10 points suggests a person is literate.
Many think the test is nothing more than a sham and the ability to properly solve a significant amount of word problems while others think the scores can accurately define how a player can problem solve in the league.
Former NFL quarterback Vince Young may have proved that crowd correct given his incredibly low Wonderlic score and his quick exit from the league despite the lofty draft status.
Keep in mind, this is not an official Wonderlic test but rather just a quiz similar to what NFL prospects take and is not endorsed by Wonderlic.