Wonderlic-ing Good

Before every NFL draft, along with the 40-yard dashes and 225-pound bench presses and agility drills, those hoping to make a living colliding with other premium athletes at a high rate of speed must also put their brains to the test--presumably before they're turned to mush and the league turns their back on them--and tackle the Wonderlic test. You can do the same after the jump.

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Before every NFL draft, along with the 40-yard dashes and 225-pound bench presses and agility drills, those hoping to make a living colliding with other premium athletes at a high rate of speed must also put their brains to the test--presumably before they're turned to mush and the league turns their back on them--and tackle the Wonderlic test; a logic-based exam that s supposed to help determine if a player is mentally fit to play at the next level. It might seem odd to take such a test, but when one considers the complexity of NFL offenses and defenses and the need for quick-problem solving abilities, the Wonderlic makes sense. Care to take a crack at it?

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