The wonderlic exam is fun, and it really does not measure much, but when you are a quarterback, you are expected to be able to remember information. You should have a decent score on a Wonderlic Exam, it may not help you in any way possible on the field, but it does show your ability to retain information.
Well Joe Burrow did good, shoot he had the third best score, but Tua Tagovailoa had a horrible wonderlic score, according to Bob McGinn of the Athletic.
Here are how all the QB’s did:
- Joe Burrow, QB, LSU – 34
- Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama – 13 (The lowest of all QB’s)
- Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon – 25
- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State – 27
- Jacob Eason, QB, Washington – 23
- Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma – 18
- Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia – 35
- Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington State – 25
- James Morgan, QB, Florida International – 23
- Jake Luton, QB, Oregon State – 29
- Brian Lewerke, QB, Michigan State – 25
- Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa – 40 (DAMN)