2010 NFL Combine: The Top Five All-Time Wonderlic Scores Evaluated

February 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL Combine is upon us. Among the many tests the players will undergo this weekend will be the famous (or infamous) Wonderlic test. Tim Tebow's score definitely will be the subject of as much scrutiny as his newer, quicker release. But it's part of the process of getting drafted in the NFL. Players are tasked with answering 50 questions on a range of subjects in 12 minutes. Each question answered right is worth a point. While the Wonderlic is used as just another evaluation tool, finishing with a high score doesn't mean the player is automatically headed for the Hall of Fame. Most players finish with scores around the average, 21, while some have scored much higher and lower. What the exact ranges and averages are can not be determined to a certainty because the scores usually are not released to the public. Here's a look at the Top Five Wonderlic score results that are known and the careers of the players who earned them.Begin Slideshow

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