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Top 10/Bottom 10 Wonderlic Scores

Discussion in 'Browns Talk' started by Smooth, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. Smooth

    Smooth Vatreni

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    Best 10 scores
    1. Justin Blalock, G, Texas (41)
    2. Anthony Pudewell, TE, Nevada (39)
    3. Kody Bliss, PK, Auburn (38
    T-4. Jon Cornish, RB, Kansas (37)
    T-4. Brandon Harrison, S, Stanford (37)
    T-6. Scott Chandler, TE, Iowa (36)
    T-6. Daniel Sepulveda, PT, Baylor (36)
    T-6. Jared Zabransky, QB, Boise State (36)
    9. Jordan Kent, WR, Oregon (35)
    10. John Beck, QB, BYU (34)


    Worst 10 scores
    T-1. David Irons, CB, Auburn (4)
    T-1. Bo Smith, S, Weber State (4)
    3. Earl Everett, OLB, Florida (5)
    T-4. James Jones, WR, San Jose State (9)
    T-4. Turk McBride, DT, Tennessee (9)
    T-4. Julius Wilson, OT, UAB (9)
    T-7. Brandon Mebane, DT, Cal (10)
    T-7. Matt Trannon, WR, Michigan State (10)
    T-9. Baraka Atkins, DE, Miami (11)
    T-9. Alonzo Coleman, RB, Hampton (11)

    http://www.fflivewire.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=98735

    [sarcasm]You get a 4 for spelling you name right so how anyone got lower than a 8 is beyond me... [/sarcasm]

    Justin Blalock anyone?
     
  2. Mac

    Mac Slow Motion See Me Let Go

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    Shocked Troy Smith wasnt in the bottom ten.
     
  3. Cleveland56

    Cleveland56 Situational Stopper

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    I love that kickers take the wonderlic test. He probably is a late first round pick now...

    I still don't get the purpose of these tests. Didn't Frank Gore get a 4? Vince Young a 7?
     
  4. cdt

    cdt Oh My God! Staff Member

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    I liked Blalock the most in the 2nd and this only helps to cement that..
     
  5. Cavs1

    Cavs1 WCX

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    don't be such a blatant hater Ass Mac
     
  6. James

    James Gold Star Member

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    Isnt he the one who proposed to the cheerleader?? he should lose 34 points for that.
     
  7. Smooth

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    That was Boise State's running back Ian Johnson, not Zabransky...

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    Lose 34 points? He should be gaining some... I know cdt was all over the chick when it happened, if my memory serves me right... :chuckles:
     
  8. crazedcav333

    crazedcav333 Cleveland Rocks!

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    Hey look at that what do ya know...

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    I know you're going to throw in something about Florida, even though we got there and ND didn't, and the award doesn't include post-season play. Smith played big in big games, and he won. Take out Army, Stanford, BYU, and (one other horrible school I forget) and Quinn was 17-18!!! Big stats against crappy teams means nothing.

    I've been eyeing Blalock in the 2nd round all the time. I think it'd be a stretch, but AP, Qiunn, Russell, or Johnson in the first with Justin in the 2nd would be a solid start.
     
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    James Gold Star Member

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    [​IMG]


    Hey look, what do you know, its Jason White, also another Heisman winning QB....

    *knock knock*

    Hey look who else has joined the party, its no ther then Heisman trophy winning QB Eric Crouch!!!

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    Oh LOOK its another lagger, its Chris Weinke, another Heisman winning QB, everyone, say hell to Mr. Weinke.

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    the reason mac said that is because i believe that Smith graduated the summer before, so he wasnt in school, so im sure a year out of the "classroom" he wouldnt be on his mental game, i was surprised to.
     
  10. cdt

    cdt Oh My God! Staff Member

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    I wish I was all over that cheerleader...
     
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    James Gold Star Member

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    The QB got the cover of NCAA 08, got the 2 confused.
     
  12. crazedcav333

    crazedcav333 Cleveland Rocks!

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    I think Z lost that battle...smokin' hot cheerleader captain or cover of NCAA Football? You decide.
     
  13. Mac

    Mac Slow Motion See Me Let Go

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    Sure did play big...what did he have? Led OSU offense to the worst performance in championship history. Nice.
     
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    CornerThree 13-7-9-14

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    I think Frank Gore is legitimately learning disabled. Hence his rediculously low score. And I think LT2 got a 13, which is basically the level of functionally retarded.
     
  15. crazedcav333

    crazedcav333 Cleveland Rocks!

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    He led us to wins at Texas, at Iowa, and against Michigan. Beat the #2 team twice.

    When they start including the national championship game for votes in the Heisman, then your points will actually be worth something.
     
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    crazedcav333 Cleveland Rocks!

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    No that announcer should for saying "Now I think you're going to propose..." right before he actually did it.
     
  17. Mac

    Mac Slow Motion See Me Let Go

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    He had the most average season of a Heisman winner ever...won on hype and because AP got injured.
     
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    crazedcav333 Cleveland Rocks!

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    Uh huh...
     
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    pretty much. a healthy AP wins the heisman with over 2000 rushing yards.
     
  20. cavincali

    cavincali California's finest

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    and if Don Rodgers didnt die "the drive" wouldnt have happened.
     

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