2010 NFL Draft: Five Notable Low Wonderlic Scores Through the Years

February 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Wonderlic Test always becomes a point of debate during the NFL Combine. A low score can affect draft position and many players feel it is an unfair way to assess their intelligence. The test also can be (and has been) retaken, so results can be very mixed. Vince Young became the poster child for mixed scores after he reportedly scored a whopping SIX on his first attempt before scoring a 15 on his second try. A score of 21 is considered average. While researching this piece, there were tons of fours and fives from players who are only known to thier mothers and Mel Kiper. There even was a report of a "1" for one poor soul, who shall remain nameless since it couldn't be confirmed. Since the quarterbacks are the most scrutinized when it comes to this test, here are five big name quarterbacks other than Vince Young to bomb the Wonderlic.Begin Slideshow

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