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2012 NFL Draft: The 5 Best, 5 Worst Wonderlic Scores in NFL History

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2012 NFL Draft: The 5 Best, 5 Worst Wonderlic Scores in NFL History
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The Wonderlic Test is a 12-minute, 50-question exam that is designed to measure learning and problem-solving abilities. The test is given to almost every draft-eligible player, and it has been administered by the NFL for more than 30 years.

There have been great players that have scored extremely low on the test while there have also been big-time busts that have scored some of the test's highest scores. Wonderlic, Inc. claims that a score of at least 10 points suggests a person is literate, and the average football player scores around 20 points. 

This test is irrelevant in the eyes of many, but here are the five best and five worst scores on the NFL’s heavily controversial Wonderlic Test. 

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