Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford scored 38 out of 50 on the Wonderlic test at the recent NFL combine, while North Carolina receiver Hakeem Nicks struggled with an 11, according Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune.
Two other quarterbacks also did well. USC's Mark Sanchez scored a 28 and Kansas State's Josh Freeman 27.
Outside of Jeremy Maclin of Missouri, who scored 25, several top receiver prospects joined Nicks in the low-score category. Michael Crabtree of Texas Tech had a 15, Darrius Heyward-Bey of Maryland 14 and Percy Harvin of Florida 12.
Pompei writes: "The test result is particularly interesting in the case of Harvin, who will have more learning to do than the others based on the offense he played in at Florida and the fact he could be used in multiple roles."