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  • BowlenBall
    started a topic 2019 Wonderlic Scores

    2019 Wonderlic Scores

    Bob McGinn (formerly of the Wisconsin Journal-Sentinel) has done it again -- he's semi-retired now but is running a for-pay sports website with his son, and is still getting his hands on Wonderlic scores every year from some unnamed scout. He's releasing prospect analyses position-by-position over the next week, and I'll update the Wonderlic scores here as he posts them.

    Here's what we've got so far:

    Defensive Line
    39 Chase Allen
    36 Zach Allen
    31 Khalen Saunders
    31 Jerry Tillery
    31 John Cominsky
    23 Trysten Hill
    23 Joey Bosa
    20 Ed Oliver
    20 Dre'Mont Jones
    19 Christian Wilkins
    18 Jaylon Ferguson
    17 Dexter Lawrence
    14 Jeffery Simmons
    13 Olive Sagapolu
    11 Quinnen Williams
    11 Gerald Willis
    9 Rashan Gary


    Linebacker
    37 Bobby Okereke
    35 Ben Burr-Kirven
    33 Ryan Connelly
    31 Chase Winovich
    30 Justin Hollins
    28 Drue Tranquill
    27 Devin Bush
    27 Ty Summers
    27 Cody Barton
    27 Chase Hansen
    27 Cole Holcomb​​​​​​
    27 Jordan Brailford
    22 Brian Burns
    22 Germaine Pratt (re-test; scored 8 on the first try)​​​​​​
    21 Rickey Neal
    21 Andy Van Ginkel
    21 Clelin Ferrell
    20 T.J. Edwards
    19 Montez Sweat (re-test; scored 14 on the first try)
    18 James Nachtigal
    18 Devin White​​​​​​
    17 Jachai Polite
    15 Josh Allen
    15 Mack Wilson
    14 Sione Takitaki
    12 Terrill Hanks


    Offensive Line
    42 Nick Alligretti
    39 Jonah Williams
    38 Dru Samia
    35 Garrett Bradbury
    34 Chuma Edoga
    31 Max Scharping
    29 Chris Lindstrom
    28 Beau Benzschawel
    28 Nate Trewyn
    27 Oli Udoh
    26 Erik McCoy
    26 Ross Pierschbacher
    26 Sepesitiano Pupungatoa​​​​​​
    25 Kaleb McGary
    24 Michael Deiter
    22 Bobby Evans
    21 Nate Davis​​​​​​
    20 Jawaan Taylor
    20 Greg Little
    19 Elgton Jenkins
    19 Colin Conner
    18 Micah Kapoi


    Quarterback
    43 Ryan Finley (re-test; scored 28 on the first try)
    42 Gardner Minshew
    37 Daniel Jones
    32 Easton Stick
    32 Clayton Thorson
    31 Trace McSorley
    30 Will Grier
    28 Brett Rypien
    27 Jarrett Stidham
    26 Drew Lock
    25 Tyree Jackson
    25 Dwayne Haskins
    22 Sean McGuire
    20 Kyler Murray


    Running Back
    34 Alec Ingold (re-test; scored 32 on the first try)
    30 Justice Hill
    25 Damien Harris
    22 Bryce Love
    21 Qadree Ollison
    20 Josh Jacobs
    18 Sam Seonbuchner​​​​​​
    14 Chris James
    12 Darrell Henderson


    Defensive Secondary
    31 Rock Ya-Sin
    28 Nasir Adderley
    27 Taylor Rapp
    26 Joejuan Williams
    25 Will Harris
    25 Mitchell Brees
    24 David Long (Michigan)
    24 Juan Thornhill (re-test; scored 8 on the first try)
    23 Johnathan Abram
    22 Deandre Baker
    22 Marquise Blair
    22 Khari Willis
    15 Trayvon Mullen
    14 Deionte Thompson
    13 D'Cota Dixon
    12 Byron Murphy
    10 Greedy Williams


    Specialist
    31 Spenser Thompson-Meyers
    26 Emmit Carpenter
    24 Casey Bednarski


    Tight End
    39 Zander Neuville
    38 Dawson Knox
    33 Drew Sample
    25 Noah Fant
    22 T.J. Hockenson
    21 Irv Smith
    16 Trevon Wesco
    15 Kahale Warring


    Wide Receiver
    29 JJ. .Arcega-Whiteside
    27 Hakeem Butler
    26 Miles Boykin
    24 N'Keal Harry
    21 Marquise Brown
    18 A.J. Brown
    17 D.K. Metcalf
    11 Preston Williams
    9 Riley Ridley
    Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-24-2019, 11:14 AM.

  • BowlenBall
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    Ya-Sin is the most interesting man in the draft... two-time state wrestling champion, big fish in a small pond at FCS Presbyterian College, and then turns out to be smarter than all of us at the NFL's standardized intelligence test.....


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  • IndelibleScribe
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    I am curious to see what Fangio thinks of a guy like Ya-Sin. He's in need of technique work but he's raw and willing to get better.

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  • BowlenBall
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    Cornerbacks and safeties added... check out the big brain on Rock Ya-Sin!

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  • IndelibleScribe
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    Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post

    A 9 implies learning difficulties (whether it's dyslexia or something else) -- it's not a complete deal-breaker for a prospect, especially for defensive line, but it's definitely something that factors into the equation when teams are on the clock....
    It may, but it would be pretty silly in Gary's case. He's clean off the field, starting his own sports agency and never had less than a 3.0 GPA.

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  • BowlenBall
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    Originally posted by IndelibleScribe View Post

    Gary is dyslexic. That is one of the reasons his Mom was extremely focused on ensuring he was in a highly charged academic environment, she didn't want his studies to suffer for football. He's a smart kid, you are reading way too much into that wonderlic number.
    A 9 implies learning difficulties (whether it's dyslexia or something else) -- it's not a complete deal-breaker for a prospect, especially for defensive line, but it's definitely something that factors into the equation when teams are on the clock....

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  • IndelibleScribe
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    Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post
    Defensive line added.... a couple of these are almost too smart for the position.

    Rashan Gary, on the other hand -- no bueno.
    Gary is dyslexic. That is one of the reasons his Mom was extremely focused on ensuring he was in a highly charged academic environment, she didn't want his studies to suffer for football. He's a smart kid, you are reading way too much into that wonderlic number.

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  • BowlenBall
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    More linebackers added...

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  • Ratboy
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    Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
    Kyler Murray flirting with stupid quarterback land...
    His interviews didn't give it away? Kyler Murray is dumb.

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  • BowlenBall
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    They should be linking to Bob McGinn's site -- the man does good work.

    ​​​​​​https://bobmcginnfootball.com/

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  • Abqbronco
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    You just made MSN and the sporting news

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  • BowlenBall
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    Edge guys added (some under D-line, some under linebacker)

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  • BowlenBall
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    Defensive line added.... a couple of these are almost too smart for the position.

    Rashan Gary, on the other hand -- no bueno.

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  • BowlenBall
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    Running backs added.

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  • Agamemnon
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    Kyler Murray flirting with stupid quarterback land...

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