Sunday, February 27, 2005

wonderlic scores

via ben maller, this year's wonderlic trends, as provided by the charlotte observer:

The Wonderlic, a 50-question test with a 12-minute time limit given to players invited to the combine, was taken by each of the 336 who attended last year.The kickers did the best job with it, with five players producing an average score of 29, according to the College Scouting Bureau. Centers were second (10 players, 27.6), followed by quarterbacks (21 players, 25.5).

Then came guards (21, 24.4), offensive tackles (20, 23.9), inside linebackers (nine, 23.4), tight ends (19, 22.2), fullbacks (seven, 21.9), punters (six, 21.3), running backs (23, 20.9), outside linebackers (29, 19.9), defensive ends (30, 19.7), defensive tackles (31, 19.5), receivers (50, 19.4), safeties (25, 18.1) and cornerbacks (30, 17.7).

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