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2022 Wonderlic Results from Bob McGinn

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  • 2022 Wonderlic Results from Bob McGinn

    Didn't know that Bob McGinn was posting these at Go Long last year -- thought some of you might like to see how some of the now-Broncos and 'your guys' did on the test.
    Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 09:54 PM.

  • #2
    Wide Receivers

    38 Christian Watson
    34 Britain Covey
    27 Jalen Tolbert
    27 Alec Pierce
    24 Garrett Wilson
    22 Chris Olave
    20 Romeo Doubs
    20 Samori Toure
    19 Drake London
    15 Khalil Shakir
    14 Jameson Williams
    14 Jahan Dotson
    11 Treylon Burks​

    ​​​​​​JALEN VIRGIL, WR, Appalachian State (6-0, 207, 4.39): Has never returned a punt but handled the kickoff chores in 2021 after part-time work in 2019-’20. Three of his 38 kickoff returns went for touchdowns, and he averaged 30.1. “He does a really nice job,” said one coach. “He’s been really productive as a kickoff returner. He hasn’t played a ton as a wide receiver. He hardly played at all this year.” A fifth-year senior, he finished with 98 receptions for a 14.7 average and 11 TDs. Has run 100 meters in 10.3. “Explosive speed,” one scout said. From Lawrenceville, Ga.​
    Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:54 PM.


    • #3
      Tight Ends

      39 Charlie Kolar
      36 Greg Dulcich
      24 Jeremy Ruckert
      18 Trey McBride

      GREG DULCICH, UCLA (6-4, 242, 4.73, 2-3): Walked on in 2018 and redshirted, caught eight passes in ’19 and was put on scholarship in early 2020. “Like him the best because he’s a vertical receiver,” said one scout. “He had a 17.3 average this year and 19.9 last year. Somehow, he separates from people and makes big plays. He makes a good run and pass block effort. Not real strong but he does stick his nose in there.” Two-year starter with 77 receptions for 1,353 (17.6) and 11 TDs. “Liked his attitude,” another scout said. “He was a captain after walking on. This kid’s got something to him. He may not be a great player but he’ll be a backup.” Wonderlic of 36. “He’s a seam guy and he gets in the way as a blocker,” said a third scout. “He’s got really nice hands. I don’t think he’s got explosive quickness but he’s pretty good. Consistent. Like him.” From Glendale, Calif.​
      Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:17 PM.


      • #4
        Offensive Line

        41 Logan Bruss
        35 Bernhard Raimann
        32 Zion Johnson
        31 Luke Goedeke
        31 Zach Tom
        30 Tyler Smith
        30 Abraham Lucas
        29 Ickey Ekwonu
        29 Sean Rhyan
        28 Cam Jurgens
        28 Cole Strange
        25 Jamaree Salyer
        23 Trevor Penning
        21 Tyler Linderbaum
        17 Luke Tenuta
        16 Evan Neal
        15 Nicholas Petit-Frere
        12 Charles Cross
        11 David Faalele
        11 Rasheed Walker
        Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:51 PM.


        • #5

          35 Bailey Zappe
          34 Sam Howell
          32 Malik Willis
          28 Jack Coan
          25 Cole Kelley
          24 Brandon Peters
          23 Brock Purdy
          22 Carson Strong
          19 Desmond Ridder
          17 Skylar Thompson
          17 Kenny Pickett
          15 Matt Corral


          • #6
            Running Backs

            28 Jerome Ford
            26 Jeremiah Hall
            24 Abram Smith
            23 Dameon Pierce
            21 Breece Hall
            15 Cameron Heyward
            14 Kenneth Walker
            14 Brian Robinson
            6 James Cook
            Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:47 PM.


            • #7
              Defensive Line

              27 Matthew Butler
              24 Isaiah Thomas
              24 Eric Johnson
              20 Perrion Winfrey
              19 Logan Hall
              18 Jordan Davis
              11 Phidarian Mathis
              8 Travis Jones
              8 Devonte Wyatt
              7 DeMarvin Leal

              ​​​​​​EYIOMA UWAZURIKE, Iowa State (6-6, 313, 5.32, 3): Spent six years in Ames, including 2016 when he was ruled academically ineligible. “He’s interesting because he’s got rare height-weight-speed and 35-inch arms,” one scout said. “He had eight sacks this year. He’s probably a 4-3 end. Not super instinctive. He doesn’t have a vast football background. Kind of been a work in progress there. They love the kid and the person. Maybe as a 3-4 coached 5-technique it might work for him. At worst, he’s a rotational backup.” Finished with 144 tackles (34 ½ for loss) and 15 sacks in 60 games, including 46 starts. “He’s a good-sized nose with length (35 1/8 arms) and good power,” another scout said. “Average strength and quickness. Needed to improve on his instincts. He had his (best) year this year.” Vertical jump of 33 led the top 10 DTs. “Looks the part,” a third scout said. “You see flashes. He has to learn to play with leverage being that tall.” From Detroit. Added a fourth scout: “He may be Stephon Tuitt. Watch the East-West Game. He’s every scout’s joy. You want to get this guy at the right price.”​


              • #8

                34 Cameron Thomas
                32 Josh Paschal
                29 Kingsley Enagbare
                25 Boye Mafe
                23 Aidan Hutchinson
                21 Sam Williams
                20 George Karlaftis
                20 David Ojabo
                18 Kayvon Thibodeaux
                15 Arnold Ebiketie
                15 Jermaine Johnson
                11 Travon Walker
                8 Drake Jackson

                ​​​​​​NIK BONITTO, Oklahoma (6-3, 248, 4.59, 2-3): Started 29 of 39 games, mostly as an outside linebacker in an odd front. “Someone’s going to take him second round,” said one scout. “I am scared of this guy. This is a guy like Ojabo that people try to make something more of because he can run and he worked out crazy. I don’t think his game transfers to the NFL very well. He’s just a little guy. Get off the ball and run by (the quarterback). Now put some moves together, let’s see you use your hands. He doesn’t have any of that. He gets stalemated very easily. Plays hard. He chases. Gets beat up in the run game. He’s a situational pass rusher but I don’t know if he has the instincts for being a 3-4 outside guy.” Finished with 117 tackles (32 for loss) and 18 ½ sacks. Arms were 32 ½. “Kind of a designated pass rusher,” a second scout said. “He’s got to prove he can play the run and cover. It’s hard to pinpoint him being a starter.” Fourth-year junior from Fort Lauderdale, Fla.​
                Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:53 PM.


                • #9

                  34 Leo Chenal
                  30 Terrel Bernard
                  29 Chad Muma
                  29 Troy Andersen
                  38 Micah McFadden
                  24 Nakobe Dean
                  20 Devin Lloyd
                  20 Channing Tindall
                  16 Tariq Carpenter
                  14 Baylon Spector
                  14 Christian Harris
                  9 Quay Walker
                  9 Damone Clark
                  Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:53 PM.


                  • #10
                    Defensive Backs

                    38 Cordale Flott
                    33 Nick Cross
                    29 Jalen Pitre
                    28 Kyle Hamilton
                    28 J.T. Woods
                    24 Kyler Gordon
                    22 Derek Stingley
                    19 Trent McDuffie
                    18 Tycen Anderson
                    17 Kaiir Elam
                    17 Sauce Gardner
                    16 Kerby Joseph
                    16 Roger McCreary
                    16 Lewis Cine
                    14 Jaquan Brisker
                    14 Andrew Booth
                    12 Christian Benford
                    11 Daxton Hill
                    10 Tariq Woolen
                    Last edited by BowlenBall; 04-22-2023, 10:51 PM.