Joshua Pitts cites research in weighing the Wonderlic, among other factors
As you tuned in to the NFL Draft this month, you probably heard a fair bit about the Wonderlic test, which the NFL administers to more than 300 prospective players every year and which many NFL personnel believe portends a quarterback’s success in particular. How much does the Wonderlic have to do with a quarterback’s draft position—and his later success?
Kennesaw State associate professor of sport management Joshua Pitts has researched this decades-old test and offers some thoughts in The Conversation on how much influence it has over a quarterback’s fortunes.
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