Iowa’s Nate Stanley scored the highest of 12 college quarterbacks this year who took the Wonderlic Test. Stanley recorded a 40 of a possible 50. The test is used to measure general cognitive ability in three areas: math, vocabulary, and reasoning. The test has 50 multiple choice questions that are to be answered in 12 minutes.
Other scores include Georgia’s Jake Fromm 35, LSU’s Joe Burrow 34, Oregon’s Justin Herbert 25 and Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa 13. The NFL Draft begins Thursday and runs through Saturday.
Nate Stanley (Iowa): 40
Jake Fromm (Georgia); 35
Joe Burrow (LSU): 34
Jake Luton (Oregon State): 29
Jordan Love (Utah State): 27
Justin Herbert (Oregon): 25
Anthony Gordon (Washington State): 25
Brian Lewerke (Michigan State): 25
Jacob Eason (Washington): 23
James Morgan (Florida International): 23
Jalen Hurts (Oklahoma): 18
Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama): 13