I just saw Wonderlic scores on two players whom I like and am trying to figure out how it impacts them.
Percy Harvin, Florida WR (who one mock has the Steelers taking at #32) scored a very low "12" and Kevin Barnes, a CB from Maryland scored a "41," which was much higher than most players, including the QBs who traditionally score high (in the "mid to upper 30's).
Barnes has the size and speed and Maryland has produced some quality NFL performers recently. But, he's not a candidate for us on Day 1 (but I'd love to see him in B&G, maybe in the third or fourth round).
Harvin has produced mightily in college and is a multi-faceted offensive weapon, but to get his receivign and return skills (not to mention running the "Pony offense"), we would need to pick him at #32, if he lasts.
Should Harvin's test scores be a "negative?"