Reports: Manziel earns highest Wonderlic score among draft’s top QBs
Johnny Manziel may have aced his first test in the NFL.
The former Texas A&M quarterback reportedly secured the highest Wonderlic score among this year’s top signal callers in the draft. Multiple outlets are reporting that Manziel scored above 30 on the test, which consists of 50 questions that must be answered in 12 minutes.
NFL.com reports former UCF quarterback Blake Bortles scored a 28, and ex-Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater recorded a 20.
Some of the highest Wonderlic scores ever were secured by Ryan Fitzpatrick (48), Benjamin Watson (48), Alex Smith (40) and Matt Leinart (35). One of the lowest scores was reportedly earned by Vince Young, who scored a six out of 50.