Quarterback Greg McElroy scored a 48 on his Wonderlic test. A perfect score is 50. This is an amazing feat for any person, not just an athlete, and it definitely will factor into where McElroy gets drafted in April.
McElroy has not been considered a top-five quarterback prospect, and it is not expected that he will go in the first two rounds of the draft, but will his performance on the Wonderlic force teams to re-evaluate McElroy?
A quarterback that smart will have an easier time picking up the pro game and reading and reacting to the much faster defenses.
Even if McElroy is not seen as being as gifted athletically as Cam Newton, the argument for McElroy always is the Tom Brady one.
Brady was not selected until the sixth round and he has three Super Bowl rings and a date with Canton at some point in the future.
So which teams may take a chance on McElroy? Read on to find out . . .