What's the high score on these things. I think 41 was the highest I saw. That doesn't bode particularily well for my man Lee Evans (27 is middleish), though he did score the highest of all the listed WRs. I hope he goes somewhere nice.
Tonight I wanna ruin my life, I wanna throw it all away, In a spectacular way!
Average score for an NFL prospect on this is a 19, with 50 being the highest. The score basically correlates to how close to the ball the player is. There's a Denver Post article which gives a nice little breakdown of what scores scouts might look for:
Originally posted by StegDutchieAverage score for an NFL prospect on this is a 19, with 50 being the highest. The score basically correlates to how close to the ball the player is. This Denver Post article gives a nice little breakdown of what scores scouts might look for:
So Evans' score is pretty outstanding for a WR. It must be nice to have WRs who actually catch the ball. There are also some sample Wonderlic questions here.
Am I the only one who is surprised at hoe low the score for MLB is versus other positions. I would have guessed them to be higher than almost anyone since they are basically the D-coach on the field usually.
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You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
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>D... I remember back when Marcellus Wiley was draft-bound... he mentioned that everyone was trying to cheat off of him. Let that be another lesson to you: When you're taking an intelligence test as an NFL prospect, find the players from Ivy League schools. Or at least Columbia.
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Actually this made me realize, I wish college football still had ties. I didn't like the old way, with no overtime at all, but I'd like to see the game end in a tie after two overtimes, rather than the current "you have to go for two" model.