If you still aren't familiar with the Wonderlic test, check out our videos of Buzz taking the text below. Here's the first line from the Wikipedia page:

The Wonderlic Personnel Test (formerly known as the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test) is a popular group intelligence test used to assess the aptitude of prospective employees for learning and problem-solving in a range of occupations.

The Wonderlic is given to potential NFL draftees, and every year those scores are "leaked". At this point they should just say they're going to make them public, because we find out what everyone scored every year.

This year, there is a lot of talk about the quarterbacks, and when they'll go in the draft. Well, here are their scores.

  • Josh Allen - Wyoming - 37
  • Josh Rosen - UCLA - 29
  • Sam Darnold - USC - 28
  • Baker Mayfield - Oklahoma - 25
  • Lamar Jackson - Louisville - 13

For a frame of reference, here are some established NFL names and their scores:

  • Ryan Fitzpatrick - 48
  • Blaine Gabbert - 42
  • Carson Wentz - 40
  • Alex Smith - 40
  • Eli Manning - 39
  • Matthew Stafford - 38
  • Colin Kaepernick - 38
  • Tony Romo - 37
  • Andrew Luck - 37
  • Jared Goff - 36
  • Aaron Rodgers - 35
  • Tom Brady - 33
  • Dak Prescott - 25
  • Brett Favre - 22
  • Cam Newton - 21
  • Deshaun Watson - 20
  • Michael Vick - 20
  • Terry Bradshaw - 16
  • Dan Marino - 16
  • Jim Kelly - 15
  • Vince Young (scored a 6 originally, but then a 14 on a retake of the test)

Buzz's first attempt, he didn't finish all the questions in the allowed time, and scored a 28. His second attempt, he completed all the questions, and scored a 34. My score? I got a 46 out of 50.