Tampa Bay Buccaneers: How Tough Is It to Score 4 on the Wonderlic?

Tom EdringtonSenior Writer IApril 3, 2012

Morris Claiborne, 4.3 speed, 4.0 on the Wonderlic.
Morris Claiborne, 4.3 speed, 4.0 on the Wonderlic.Scott Cunningham/Getty Images

Good morning, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.

After reading and reporting the score that Morris Claiborne managed on the Wonderlic test, we have something in store for each and every one of you.

It is time for all of you who wish to tackle an immense challenge to step up.

What we have for you is a sample Wonderlic Test right here. Your task is to take it. It's a 12-minute timed test. There are 50 questions. That's a lot to try and get to in that short of a time period.

This is an honor system. No fair looking at the answers at the bottom of the test and please, 12 minutes only.

Now, just to show the way, set the pace, set the tone, set the bar, your servant has done just that, taken this sample test.

Okay, we're going to be really honest here.

In 12 minutes, I managed to complete 41 of the questions. The score? Twenty-six, that's 26, two-six.

After looking around, here's some past scores from some names you will easily recognize:


Drew Bledsoe 37, Steve Young 33, John Elway 30, Dan Marino 16, Donovan McNabb 14, Hakeem Nicks 11, Sebastian Janikowski 9, Christian Ponder 35, Prince Amukamara 35.

Gotta love that 35 by Prince Amukamara; now there's one smart corner.

Bet here is that everyone who takes it will beat Morris Claiborne by a landslide.

So take the test, be honest and report your result below.

You can find out the answer to this question:

"Am I smarter than a certain Tampa Bay Buccaneers Featured Columnist?"

Wonder how Aqib Talib scored on this thing?