Celebrate today's NFL Draft by taking the Wonderlic test!

Every college football player takes the Wonderlic test before the draft begins.  Teams use the IQ test to gauge

Click here to take the test, post your score below! Here's my score:

 

The average score of a NFL player by to position:

- Offensive tackle – 26
- Center – 25
- Quarterback – 24 (Most teams want at least 21 for a quarterback.)
- Guard – 23
- Tight end – 22
- Safety – 19
- Linebacker – 19
- Cornerback – 18
- Wide receiver – 17
- Fullback – 17
- Halfback – 16

Apparently, kickers don't take the test. No one cares how dumb a kicker is, I guess...just get back there and swing your leg, meathead!

 

Some notable players who scored well BELOW the average include:

- Morris Claiborne – 4 (first-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft Lowest score ever known by an NFL player)
- Tavon Austin – 7 (first-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft)
- Terrelle Pryor – 7 (third-round pick in the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft)
- Travis Henry – 9 (second-round pick in the 2001 NFL Draft)
- Charles Rogers – 10 (second overall pick in the 2003 NFL Draft)

 

Some notable players who scored well ABOVE the average include:

- Johnny Manziel – 32 (eligible for 2014 NFL Draft)
- Aaron Rodgers – 35 (first-round pick in the 2005 NFL Draft)
- Tony Romo – 37 (undrafted in 2003)
- Matthew Stafford – 38 (first overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft)
- Colin Kaepernick – 38 (second-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft)
- Eli Manning – 39 (first overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft)
- Alex Smith – 40 (first overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft)
- Calvin Johnson – 41 (first-round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft)
- Blaine Gabbert – 42 (first-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft)
- Eric Decker – 43 (third-round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft)
- Greg McElroy – 43 (seventh-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft)
- Matt Birk – 46 (sixth-round pick in the 1998 NFL Draft)
- Ryan Fitzpatrick – 48 (seventh-round pick in the 2005 NFL Draft; finished test in a record nine minutes; Harvard University graduate)
- Ben Watson – 48 (first-round pick in the 2004 NFL Draft)
- Mike Mamula – 49 (first-round pick in the 1995 NFL Draft; second highest score ever reported)
- Pat McInally – 50 (fifth-round pick in the 1975 NFL Draft; only player known to have gotten a perfect score; Harvard University graduate)