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Harvard QB Aces Wonderlic

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BuckBackHome

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Maybe that Harvard degree is worth something.

Harvard quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick took his Wonderlic exam, and got every single question right. That ties him with Pat McInally as the only two people who achieved a perfect score on the test. However, Fitzpatrick finished his exam in nine minutes! That has got to be a record.

http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/8235750
 

osugrad21

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Our fivesome believes that Hampton's Jerome Mathis, who ran somewhere between 4.25 and 4.29 in the 40, ran the fastest 40 in the history of the combine. We think Deion Sanders ran something like 4.28 when he was at the combine over 10 years ago, so Mathis is extremely close to being one of the fastest people at the combine.
WOW. That is smoking...
 
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methomps

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Jerome Mathis:

Age: 21
Height: 6-0
Weight: 180 lbs.
Hometown: Petersburg, VA



<table class="statstable" height="122" width="841"> <tbody><tr><th colspan="3">
</th><th>Games
Played</th> <th colspan="5">Rushing</th> <th colspan="2">Total
Offense</th> <th colspan="3">Receiving</th> <th colspan="3">Punt Ret.</th> <th colspan="3">Kickoff
Ret.</th> <th colspan="1">
</th> <th colspan="1">Pts</th> </tr><tr><th colspan="4">
</th> <th align="right">Rushes</th> <th align="right">Gain</th> <th align="right">Loss</th> <th align="right">Net</th> <th align="right">TDs</th> <th align="right">Plays</th> <th align="right">Yds</th> <th align="right">No</th> <th align="right">Yds</th> <th align="right">TD</th> <th align="right">No</th> <th align="right">Yds</th> <th align="right">TD</th> <th align="right">No</th> <th align="right">Yds</th> <th align="right">TD</th> <th align="right">TTL
TDs</th> <th align="right">
</th> </tr> <tr><td colspan="3">Career Totals</td><td align="right">46</td> <td align="right">44</td> <td align="right">442</td> <td align="right">51</td> <td align="right">391</td> <td align="right">3</td> <td align="right">44</td> <td align="right">391</td> <td align="right">95</td> <td align="right">2492</td> <td align="right">21</td> <td align="right">2</td> <td align="right">47</td> <td align="right">0</td> <td align="right">62</td> <td align="right">1648</td> <td align="right">6</td> <td align="right">30</td> <td align="right">180</td></tr></tbody> </table>
 
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NorthShoreBuck

True Madness Requires Significant Intelligence
Have to give the Harvard guy props!
I have the test somewhere, I have taken twice for job interviews.
I think it is 50 questions in 20 minutes with the questions getting harder.
I believed a company would want someone to get it right as opposed to done so I spent more time than I normally would on each question.
I think the recruiter told me I got in the low to mid forties correct.

I used the entire 20 minutes, 9 minutes is blazing.

Then again he is in Harvard and the test is no secret so I suppose he had the chance to prep for the test if you will.
 
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