Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Dusty Dvoracek Moves to Head of the Class

The scores from the Wonderlic test administered to prospects at the NFL combine are supposed to be kept under lock and key, but the numbers keep leaking out. As you recall, a perfect score on the test is 50, and the highest score any player posted this year was a 41 by former Oklahoma defensive tackle Dusty Dvoracek. If you want to send a congratulatory note to the Sooner bad boy, you can go to what is advertised as his site. Now several prospects besides Texas' Vince Young struggled with the test. Former Virginia Tech quarterback Marcus Vick, for example, scored an 11 (the average score for all the quarterbacks was 24.6). Syracuse defensive end Kader Drame, Alabama linebacker Freddie Roach, Louisville defensive tackle Montavious Stanley, North Carolina State tight end T.J. Williams and Oklahoma cornerback Chijioke Onyenegecha tied for the lowest score at eight. Penn State cornerback Alan Zemaitis had a nine. Young's score is listed at 15, although he did take the test twice and the results of the first effort are not listed (some links require ESPN Insider account).

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