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.
"I don't know what a glory hole is in this context, but it makes me laugh." (PalpatineW)
>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.
DEAN's Nuggets of Wisdom:
"A-Train could wear a Vampirella outfit and I would toast a load to it."
Yeah, I was totally against a team in LA until listening to Simmons' podcast. His guest made the argument that being put on the short list for Super Bowls (along with Tampa, New Orleans, and Miami) is probably worthwhile financially.