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Bomani Jones calls out ESPN colleague Darren Rovell for 'Wonderlic shaming'

The Wonderlic test is a 50-question intelligence exam that NFL teams still have prospects take at the scouting combine. The test results are not supposed to be released to the public, but nothing in the NFL remains a secret.

While there’s not much to suggest a higher Wonderlic score has any correlation with NFL success, it’s a tool that is used. And as a result, the Wonderlic scores have mostly become a source of jokes among NFL fans. On Thursday, ESPN business reporter Darren Rovell tweeted a Wonderlic equivalency chart while mentioning that Leonard Fournette and Dalvin Cook scored a reported 11 on the test.

He also tweeted about the three people who scored the worst all-time on the test.

His colleague, Bomani Jones, took exception to the first tweet and called out Rovell, telling him to stop the “Wonderlic shaming.”

Rovell did not respond to Jones’ tweet, but he did say that he was surprised the test was still given.

Johnny Manziel, for example, scored the best out of any quarterback in the 2014 draft class, and he’s already out of the league.

(h/t Awful Announcing)

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http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/04/bomani-jones-espn-darren-rovell-wonderlic-test-scores-shaming-nfl-draft/