Both scores for Goff and Wentz are higher than reported scores for Aaron Rodgers (35), Tom Brady (33), and Peyton Manning (28). Both scores are lower than reported totals for Blaine Gabbert (42) and Ryan Nassib (41).
So, that’s some impressive standardized test taking. What does this say about which quarterback should be first off the board in the 2016 NFL Draft? Not a whole lot.