The Wonderlic test gives scouts and general managers an idea of smarts, quick thinking and, well, test-taking ability. The deal is simple.
Prospects have 12 minutes to complete 50 questions. Each correct answer is worth a point, so the highest score is 50.
Former Cincinnati Bengals punter Pat McInally is the only player to ever score a 50 on the test in league history. Think you can match him?
And if you want to find out how you compare to NFL players, Sports Illustrated put together a list of 40 most memorable Wonderlic scores.