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ESPN's Darren Rovell Took The Wonderlic, Scored A 26

Darren Rovell makes comments in interview.

ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell scored a 26 on the Wonderlic test on Tuesday.

Monday, after some back and forth with Bomani Jones regarding the concept of "Wonderlic shaming", ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell agreed to take the Wonderlic test - the annual test given to the NFL Draft's prospects - live on Periscope.

Tuesday, Rovell delivered on that promise. Rovell took the test live, broadcasting video out to his followers. He scored a 26/50. He says that's in the 78% percentile.

For references, here are the scores for some of this year's top quarterbacks. Miami's Brad Kaaya led the way.

  • Brad Kaaya (Miami) – 34/50
  • Nathan Peterman (Pitt) – 33/50
  • Trevor Knight (Texas A&M) – 30/50
  • Josh Dobbs (Tennessee) – 29/50
  • Deshone Kizer (Notre Dame) – 28/50
  • CJ Beathard (Iowa) – 26/50
  • Mitchell Trubisky (UNC) – 25/50
  • Davis Webb (Cal) – 25/50
  • Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) – 24/50
  • Chad Kelly (Ole Miss) – 22/50
  • Jerod Evans (VT) – 21/50
  • Deshaun Watson (Clemson) – 20/50

What do you think of Rovell's score? Did he score higher or lower than you thought he would?