Sam Bradford scored 36 out of 50 on his Wonderlic test, above the other top quarterbacks preparing for the NFL draft, according to Palm Beach Post writer Edgar Thompson.
Citing an NFL source, Thompson tweeted Wednesday that Colt McCoy scored 25, Jimmy Clausen 23 and Tim Tebow 22.
Bradford’s score is one of the best in recent years from QBs.
The Wonderlic Personnel Test was introduced to the NFL in the late 1960s and requires players to answer as many of the 50 questions as possible in 12 minutes. It’s supposed to measure problem-solving ability.
To put Bradford’s score into context, here are some Wonderlic scores from other past QBs:
Alex Smith: 40
Eli Manning: 39
Matthew Stafford: 38
Tom Brady: 33
Steve Young: 33
John Elway: 30
Drew Brees: 28
Michael Vick: 20
Vince Young: 15
Donovan McNabb: 14
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