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  • wonderlic scores get out

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...,7471355.story

    not all are posted but the ones for some of the top prospects are.

    here, in case your too lazy to read it:

    Matt Ryan - 32
    Brian Brohm - 32
    Joe Flacco - 27
    Chad Henne - 22 (<- "Haw Haw!")

    Jake Long - 26
    Jeff Otah - 28
    Sam Baker - 27
    Chris Williams - 32
    Gosder Cherilus - 25
    Brandon Albert - 23

    Jerod Mayo - 26
    Keith Rivers - 16
    Kenny Phillips - 16

    thought these were supposed to be more closely guarded than this.....oh well

    thoughts? impact?

  • #2
    well I think henne is stupid now...thats about all I learned. Rivers scored pretty low. I remember when everyone had a hissy about VY's wonderlic scores. These dont seem as shocking.

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    • #3
      look at Chris Williams with 32 nice

      just wondering what is HIGH and AVG and LOW?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by The Legend View Post
        look at Chris Williams with 32 nice

        just wondering what is HIGH and AVG and LOW?
        The average for the population as a whole is supposed to be about 20.

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        • #5
          VY struggles as a passer and does well by running around. Concerns about his wonderlic score as it relates to his long term ability as a quarterback in the NFL are still valid in my book.

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          • #6
            Kenny Phillips 16, i dont think thats very good, safeties have to make good decisions because they are the last line of defense...

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            • #7
              Football knowledge and the knowledge that those tests ask you about are completely different. I still think the Wonderlic is stupid. Maybe if it asked a better range of questions or something, then I could see it as a valid test and maybe even a barometer for success in the NFL, but it doesnt. Its just something people get hyped up for almost no reason.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BaLLiN72 View Post
                Kenny Phillips 16, i dont think thats very good, safeties have to make good decisions because they are the last line of defense...
                That's true, but the Wonderlic doesn't necessarily measure football intelligence. For a QB, it's pretty important, OL as well, but outside of that, it isn't that big of a deal.


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                • #9
                  Very nice to see Chris Williams get a 32 especially for a position where you do need some brains.

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                  • #10
                    I think the most relevance with the wonderlic is not as an indicator of "intelligence" but preparation and work ethic. I'm not sure how many people here have written wonderlic sample tests but they really aren't hard. If somebody without a learning difficulty studies, and prepares for them they should do pretty well. As such a low score is an indicator of several things, lack of preperation, poor work ethic, not taking the process seriously or having a mental block during the test (which is an indication of not having strong nerves which is important for any position when they have a given assignment on a play and have to perform while exhausted in front of hundreds of thousands of fans with their livelyhoods on the line).
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                    • #11
                      http://potencial.wordpress.com/2008/...derlic-scores/

                      ^Tons more. Tracy Porter scored a 4.

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                      • #12
                        22 is actually good enough, anything above 20 is solid.


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                        • #13
                          How do you go from a 17 to a 50 if you're Wallace Gilberry? Good thing some of these guys can play football or they'd probably be cleaning up middle school bathrooms as janitors.

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                          • #14
                            Olineman should always be the 1st or 2nd smartest guys on the field.



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                            • #15
                              Nice to see Chris Long with a high score. 34 or 45, both terrific.

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