Thread: 26-27-60 Results Are In!
03-18-2011, 05:35 PM #1
26-27-60 Results Are In!Remember the goal is to score a 26 or higher on the Wonderlic, start 27 or more games over your college career, and complete 60% or more of your passes during said college career
Some very suprising results. hmy:
I found the comments in the comment section interesting, especially this one.....
Well let me break it down for you People like Locker more because of his personality and leadership as opposed to Mallet who they say is not so much of a people person. (I dont personally know if its true but really only the teams do anyway)
Plus the reason that Lockers 54% is better is because you have to look at the circumstances not just the numbers. Yes he played in a weaker conference but he also played on a far worse team. His O-Line has been the worst in his conference every year except for this one and it still wasnt anywhere near good. He also had forty four (44) drops this year by his receivers. Take that number down to an average number like say Lucks 12 and his % is over 60. He is also more athletic (combine says he is on par with Newton) Mike Mayock says that he is one of the best he has ever seen when throwing on the run and outside of the pocket (which he had to do a lot because of the bad O-Line)
The reason people dont like Mallets is because he was on a good team with a good O-Line and when the pocket was clean he can make all the throws in the world and look for a HOF but when hes pressured at all or has to move outside of the pocket his accuracy goes to hell. He has also been described as a statue standing still in the pocket (extremely slow footed).Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
03-18-2011, 05:43 PM #2
Re: 26-27-60 Results Are In!
Almost tracks along the lines of he previous article....
I'm not going to draw any conclusions about these players' football intelligence, or lack thereof, based on Wonderlic scores. I encourage you to keep an open mind as well. But unless and until the NFL stops giving the Wonderlic test, we have to assume the scores will play some role in ranking and grading prospects.
Wonderlic scores of quarterback prospectsMany many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
03-18-2011, 05:51 PM #3
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Re: 26-27-60 Results Are In!
Posting a few here from Shawn Zobel's twitter
CB Patrick Peterson - 9
WR A.J. Green - 10
WR Julio Jones - 15
RB Kendall Hunter - 9
CB Prince Amukamara 35
QB Nathan Enderle 38
OT Anthony Castonzo 41
OG Danny Watkins 40
QB Scott Tolzien 38
TE Julius Thomas 35
OG Steve Schilling - 35
CB Chris Culliver - 9
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03-18-2011, 05:51 PM #4
Re: 26-27-60 Results Are In!
From the bottom of the second article....
Sample Wonderlic Test
Not sure, but I think I got them all correct. Depends on if I am allowed the ? (instead of 1/8'th) on the first one.
Damn, I can be a QB.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
03-18-2011, 05:53 PM #5
Re: 26-27-60 Results Are In!Originally Posted by "skum" #1091896Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
Re: 26-27-60 Results Are In!Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1091898
The road to Ricky Stanzi becoming a possible 2011 1st Round NFL pick just took a huge step forward....
I have it from a very reliable source that Ricky Stanzi has scored a 30 on his Wonderlic test at the NFL Combine, which is above the critical levels on the Wonderlic test for a College QB. Stanzi scored above the level that most NFL GM's and NFL "War Rooms" consider a key piece of positive background/scouting information for a prospective NFL QB.
Looks like my boy is starting to make a push to the top.......
03-21-2011, 05:16 PM #7
Re: 26-27-60 Results Are In!Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1091925
In the end, I really like the kid, especially in the second. Problem for me, the reputable sites have him pretty low, and probably not even a 2nd round pick.
1 Taylor, Tyrod Virginia Tech
2 Locker, Jake Washington
3 Newton, Cam Auburn
4 Ponder, Christian Florida State
5 Kaepernick, Colin Nevada
6 Portis, Josh California (PA)
7 Gabbert, Blaine Missouri
8 Van Camp, Jeff Florida Atlantic
9 Tolzien, Scott Wisconsin
10 Devlin, Pat Delaware
11 Johnson, Jerrod Texas A&M
12 Dalton, Andy TCU
13 Colburn, Ryan Fresno State
14 Yates, TJ North Carolina
15 Stanzi, Ricky Iowa
16 McElroy, Greg Alabama
17 Enderle, Nathan IdahoFor each position below, we have ranked the players listed by a special Ourlads formula we call OSR (Ourlads Statistical Rating). Each workout field is weighted to the importance of the position i.e.: for quarterbacks height, the short shuttle, 3 cone drill, and Wonderlic test are the most important. Broad jump, vertical jump, 40-yard dash, and 20-yard dash are also important, but not as important as the first four mentioned. For defensive linemen emphasis is put on the 10-yard dash (shows first step explosion), short shuttle (shows change of direction quickness), and bench press (for upper body strength), then the height, weight, and speed, etc. These are all tools for evaluation, but nothing takes the place of game day productivity. Some athletes are listed at two positions.
Not sure how Tyrod Taylor got that high though so I guess its all how you take it.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
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