I know, I know. Wonderlic scores aren't everything. They do matter in some instances, though (Vince Young). I think you can get a lot more valuable info from low Wonderlic scores than from high ones. Lots of QBs come into the league with very high Wonderlic scores and end up failing. Not too many QBs come in with super low scores and end up succeeding (although there have been a few, such as Dan Marino). Anyhow, here are the scores from this year, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen. McElroy 43 Gabbert 42 Ponder 35 Stanzi 30 Dalton 29 Mallett 26 Newton 21 Locker 20 The biggest thing that jumps out to me is Locker at the bottom. Perhaps his intangibles aren't quite what they have been made out to be. The second thing that jumps out is that all the scores are pretty good. 24 is the average for QBs. Guys are clearly prepared for the test (and they should be--lots of money is riding on it). This just makes it even more apparent how pathetic it was that Vince Young bombed the test. It's not a hard test and you will put up a good score if you do even a small amount of prep work (unless you are just a complete moron).