The former Texas A&M star bested the rest of the top quarterbacks in the 2014 NFL draft class by scoring a 32 on the Wonderlic Test, NFL Media’s Albert Breer reported Friday. Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles scored a 28, and Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater received a 20 — the average score for a quarterback is 24.
Manziel’s Wonderlic score wasn’t the best of any quarterback in the draft — Cornell’s Jeff Mathews netted an Ivy League-worthy 40. Only one NFL player — Pat McInally, a wide receiver/punter drafted in 1975 — has scored a perfect 50 on the Wonderlic.
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