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Alabama OT Jedrick Wills reportedly scored a 9 on his wonderlic and had to take it again

Alabama OT Jedrick Wills reportedly scored a 9 on his wonderlic test the first time taking it, and did it again to gain a 23.

Today, Bob McGinn released his draft series on Offensive Tackles, and there were some interesting notes. The wonderlic scores were released, and one player struggled that is projected in the top 10. Remember, the wonderlic exam is tough for players. The average is 20 out of 50 for most people, but several players struggled to hit more than 20.

Jedrick Wills scored 9 on his first attempt at the Wonderlic, which teams traditionally have regarded as the most telling score, but he scored 23 on his second try, according to the story.

Here are the list of the offensive lineman’s wonderlic scores listed.

Offensive Tackles

  • Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia – 28
  • Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville – 15
  • Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama – 9 and 23 on second try
  • Austin Jackson, OT, USC – 25
  • Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia – 28
  • Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State – 30
  • Josh Jones, OT, Houston – 14
  • Matt Peart, OT, UConn – 20

Offensive Guards

  • Tristan Wirfs, OG, Iowa – 23
  • Robert Hunt, OG, Louisiana – 13
  • Damien Lewis, OG, LSU – 11
  • Hakeem Adeniji, OG, Kansas – 34


  • Cesar Ruiz, OC, Michigan – 21
  • Lloyd Cushenberry, OG, LSU – 15
  • Matt Hennessy, OC, Temple – 34
  • Danny Pinter, OC, Ball State – 27
  • Nick Harris, OC, Washington – 30

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