I realize this is a topic that comes up every year because the media ignores the usually huge disparities when it comes to race and intelligence, as determined by the NFL's use of the Wonderlic test. White players score much higher (on average) than non-white players. The media is always ready to spout the big lie of black athletic supremacy, but never willing to mention the FACT that Whites are more intelligent than their non-white counterparts. They might discuss the scores, but they won't mention race as a cause. Just another example of the double standards that we fight against here at Caste Football. In his blog this week, James Edwards posted about the Wonderlic scores of some NFL prospects for 2011, and I thought it would be appropriate to post about it here. http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org...ge-football-players-may-be-mentally-retarded/ Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy (white) is one of the smartest players in college football. He correctly answered 43 of the 49 questions he attempted on the Wonderlic test, which equates to a genius level IQ based on the formula given by Wonderlic. Meanwhile, sports related websites are talking about some of the exceptionally low scores of this year's top NFL draft prospects. From Yahoo Sports: <blockquote> Two of the NFL's brightest future stars, LSU CB Patrick Peterson and Georgia WR A.J. Green, registered among the five lowest Wonderlic scores of the 330 participants at this year's NFL scouting combine. Peterson was one of four prospects who recorded a dreaded single-digit score, which NFL teams often equate with getting their name right, tying with South Carolina's Chris Culliver for the lowest mark among all defensive backs as both correctly answered only nine questions on the 12-minute, 50-question test. Green registered the lowest score of all receivers, answering 10 questions correctly.</blockquote> So much for "student-athletes."Â The Wonderlic test results for Patrick Peterson and A.J. Green translate to IQs in the 70s, which is near the mental retardation level. Wonderlic, Inc. claims a score of at least 10 points suggests a person is literate. Keep in mind that these black athletes scored in the single-digits, which would make them illiterate. Yet, they are attending college on scholarships. I guess it's "racist"Â to think twice about that. In fact, many would argue that the formula for estimating IQ based on Wonderlic scores is too generous. The questions are far easier than a real IQ test. Other estimates of IQ based on Wonderlic scores would actually place Patrick Peterson, A.J. Green, and Chris Culliver in the mentally retarded range of 60-70. Here are some sample Wonderlic questions published by ESPN.