Used to predict player performance, the Wonderlic Test is a cognitive abilities test which features 50 fairly generic questions that must be answered within a twelve-minute timeframe. Only one NFL player is known to have earned a perfect score, Pat McInally, former punter and wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bangles.... read more ›
Eli Manning's Wonderlic Score is 24. While the average score for an NFL quarterback is about 24, Manning has scored well above average. The Wonderlic is an intelligence test given to all NFL prospects at the NFL Scouting Combine each year.... view details ›
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick – 48
Being smart helps you take tests, I guess. “Fitzmagic” entered the NFL in 2005 and remains in the league with the Washington Commanders.... read more ›
Peyton Manning Stats
It might be surprising to see a Peyton Manning Wonderlic score of 28, as he is widely regarded as one of the smartest quarterbacks in history. While 28 is above the quarterback average of 26 and the overall average of 21, many people don't feel it's appropriately above, if that makes sense.... see details ›
To those who knew of his son, William James Sidis was quite possibly the smartest man who ever lived. Born in Boston in 1898, William James Sidis made the headlines in the early 20th century as a child prodigy with an amazing intellect. His IQ was estimated to be 50 to 100 points higher than Albert Einstein's.... continue reading ›
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Widely considered one of the NFL's smartest quarterbacks, Tom Brady unsurprisingly impressed on the Wonderlic. His 33 is well above the average QB score (24) and shows just how smart he is. Clearly, Brady's score shows up on the field.... see more ›
He had a great career, but not a great score for his Wonderlic Test. Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre had a 22 for a Wonderlic Test Score. After a successful career at Southern Miss and a very brief stint with the Atlanta Falcons, Favre went to Green Bay and solidified his legend.... see more ›
What is Aaron Rodgers' IQ? The aspiring host of Jeopardy supposedly has an IQ of 130. While the exact number is not confirmed, we know Rodgers scored a respectable 35 on his Wonderlic test during his NFL combine in 2005. He's also a "trivia freak," which makes sense, considering his affinity for Jeopardy.... continue reading ›
Patrick Mahomes scored a 24 on the Wonderlic which is about middle-of-the-pack when looking at the score of quarterbacks. Because most teams generally consider Wonderlic scores if they are below average, and given Mahomes' proven on the field talent, his Wonderlic test score was not significantly affected on draft day.... read more ›
Reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers got a 35 on his exam before the 2005 draft, and reigning Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady got a 33 before being selected in the sixth round back in 2002.... continue reading ›
The Bengals front office has turned things around in Cincinnati, and much of the success revolves around Joe Burrow who scored a 34 on his Wonderlic test.... continue reading ›
Longest throw in NFL history? Randall Cunningham during competition (76 yards)... see more ›
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- 6 — Frank Gore (running back) ...
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- 5 — Ed Prather (safety) ...
- 4 — Darren Davis (running back)
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William James Sidis has the World's Highest IQ. Anywhere from 250 to 300 is his IQ score, almost twice the score of Albert Einstein. At the age of eleven, William famously entered Harvard University, becoming the youngest person to enter, also, claimed to be conversant in 25 languages.... see details ›
Abdulrahman Hussain: Egyptian boy named 'smartest child in the world'... see details ›
The center is often referred to as "the smartest person on the field next to the quarterback", in the sense that the center acts as the line's "mind".... view details ›
NFL wide receiver Cris Collinsworth earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1991.... continue reading ›
Wonderlic scores for NFL players.
Bradshaw played quarterback for Louisiana Tech, and although was greatly successful, only had a wonderlic test score of 16 out of a possible 50. His only substantial career stat that could reflect his poor test score would be his 210 interceptions and 307 times he was sacked.... continue reading ›
On the Wonderlic, Mayfield scored a 25, making him well above-average when compared to the average player score of 20. His overall athleticism and on-field performance is only enhanced by an above average intelligence and ability to perform impressively during moment of extreme stress.... see details ›
25 — Ben Roethlisberger. 24 — Cam Newton, Geno Smith. 21 — Robert Griffin III.... read more ›
#1- Ryan Fitzaptrick, QB, Washington Football Team
Fitzpatrick earned a 1580 on the SAT's and when he entered the NFL he scored a 48/50 on the mandatory Wonderlic intelligence test that incoming rookies take.... view details ›
But according to the Athletic's Bob McGinn, Tua scored a 13 (out of 50) on the Wonderlic test, the lowest score among the quarterbacks in the 2020 draft class. The best score among quarterbacks was a 40, by Iowa's Nate Stanley. Georgia's Jake Fromm scored a 35, and LSU's Joe Burrow scored a 34.... see more ›
Just as a low score doesn't doom somebody to failure, placing high on the Wonderlic by no means guarantees one will have a legendary NFL career. Pat McInally, a punter for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1976 to 1985, scored the highest Wonderlic score in history—a perfect 50.... see more ›
NFL Wonderlic scores.
Drew Brees is an NFL Quarterback for the New Orleans Saints and had a Wonderlic Test Score of 28. Out of Purdue University, Brees is still going strong at age 37 and is a likely first-ballot NFL Hall-of-Famer.... see details ›
2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson scored a 13 on the test.... see more ›
Former Pats QB Tom Brady scored a 33 on his Wonderlic test back in 2000.... see details ›
His career was capped by two back-to-back Superbowl appearances with the Seattle Seahwaks in Superbowl's 48 and 49, including a Superbowl victory in Superbowl 48 against the Denver Broncos. His career does not reflect the poor score he received on the Wonderlic Test Score, where he only received 14 out of 50.... continue reading ›
Distribution of Wonderlic percentiles.
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The Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT) not only measures intelligence. It is a measure of verbal, numerical and spatial abilities and the ability to think quickly and effectively. The WPT is used globally to screen job candidates in a short period of time and is frequently described as a quick IQ test.... view details ›
A Wonderlic score of 26+ is a good score and if you get a high score, it means you are best suited for the job at hand.... view details ›
The Wonderlic is an IQ test with only 50 questions -- it's a short version of the longer test routinely given to kids. Players have just 12 minutes to take it, and most don't finish. But, in fact, the average NFL test-taker scores a little above average.... see details ›
What is Aaron Rodgers' IQ? The aspiring host of Jeopardy supposedly has an IQ of 130. While the exact number is not confirmed, we know Rodgers scored a respectable 35 on his Wonderlic test during his NFL combine in 2005. He's also a "trivia freak," which makes sense, considering his affinity for Jeopardy.... view details ›
#1- Ryan Fitzaptrick, QB, Washington Football Team
Fitzpatrick earned a 1580 on the SAT's and when he entered the NFL he scored a 48/50 on the mandatory Wonderlic intelligence test that incoming rookies take.... see details ›
Tom Brady. Widely considered one of the NFL's smartest quarterbacks, Tom Brady unsurprisingly impressed on the Wonderlic. His 33 is well above the average QB score (24) and shows just how smart he is. Clearly, Brady's score shows up on the field.... view details ›