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NFL Draft Wonderlic Scores by Wide Receiver for 2020 Prospect Class

By David Hayes
Jerry Jeudy wonderlic score ranked as the lowest among WRs in this year's NFL Draft class who had taken the exam.
Jerry Jeudy wonderlic score ranked as the lowest among WRs in this year's NFL Draft class who had taken the exam. / Michael Hickey/Getty Images
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No matter how much stock you may put into the Wonderlic test, it remains the NFL's go-to examination for evaluating draft prospects' cognitive ability and problem-solving aptitude year after year.

While, of course, it's unlikely that a poor Wonderlic score will yield a seriously negative impact on a top positional prospect heading into each draft, the NFL wouldn't continue administering these tests if they didn't believe they had some level of merit.

Keeping that in mind, here's a look at how 14 of this year's highly-touted wide receiver prospects scored on their Wonderlic tests.

NFL Draft Wonderlic Scores by Wide Receiver 2020

14. Jerry Jeudy Wonderlic Score: (9)

Alabama Crimson Tide

13. Tee Higgins Wonderlic Score: (11)

Clemson Tigers

12. Van Jefferson Wonderlic Score: (12)

Florida Gators

11. CeeDee Lamb Wonderlic Score: (12)

Oklahoma Sooners

10. Jalen Reagor Wonderlic Score: (13)

TCU Horned Frogs

9. Laviska Shenault Wonderlic Score: (14)

Colorado Buffaloes

8. K.J. Hamler Wonderlic Score: (15)

Penn State Nittany Lions

7. Denzel Mims Wonderlic Score: (17)

Baylor Bears

6. Justin Jefferson Wonderlic Score: (19)

LSU Tigers

5. Henry Ruggs Wonderlic Score: (20)

Alabama Crimson Tide

4. Brandon Aiyuk Wonderlic Score: (23)

Arizona State Sun Devils

3. Chase Claypool Wonderlic Score: (27)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

2. Bryan Edwards Wonderlic Score: (28)

South Carolina Gamecocks

1. Michael Pittman Wonderlic Score: (29)

USC Trojans


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