Johnny Manziel reportedly wows on Wonderlic

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 06: Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel reacts to Levonte Whitfield #7 of the Florida State Seminoles scoring on a 100-yard kickoff return against the Auburn Tigers in the fourth quarter of the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl on January 6, 2014 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

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Add on smarts to swag and Johnny Football is looking even better.

The Texas A&M quarterback reportedly aced the Wonderlic test, a 50-question test taken in 12 minutes and used by NFL teams to measures the IQs of college prospects.

Leave it to the guy from Cornell to trump Manziel’s strong number.

While the Wonderlic numbers are certainly intriguing, they’re no sure sign of NFL success. Keep in mind that former first round pick Blaine Gabbert is said to have scored a 42 on the test and former Ivy League quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick notched a perfect score. Gabbert’s toiling as a potential big-time bust, jettisoned from Jacksonville and Fitzpatrick will be fighting with T.J. Yates, Case Keenum and whoever the Texans may draft for their starting quarterback gig.

Frank Gore, on the other hand, reportedly scored a 6 and has become a stalwart in San Francisco’s backfield.

The NFL never officially releases the scores but the numbers often leak. Here’s how a couple of the other top quarterbacks reportedly fared.

Will this improve Manziel’s draft stock? It can’t hurt. He definitely reeks of someone who would have been a "Stansbury man."