I know Wonderlic does not determine how good of a quarterback you will be, but anything under 20 for a QB is concerning. Check this out from Bob McGinn of the Journal Sentinel.
Evaluators were asked to rank the quarterbacks on a 1-to-5 basis, with a first-place vote worth five points, a second worth four and so on.
In a tight three-way battle, North Carolina’s Mitchell Trubisky led the way with 61 points (four firsts) followed by Clemson’s Deshaun Watson (58, six) and Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes (56, five).
Kizer was fourth with 32 points and one first, followed by California’s Davis Webb (23), Pittsburgh’s Nathan Peterman (five), Iowa’s C.J. Beathard (two), Virginia Tech’s Jerod Evans (two) and Miami’s Brad Kaaya (one).