Justin Fields just completed this junior year at Ohio State and has declared that he is entering the 2021 NFL Draft. Fields guided the Buckeyes to the College Football Playoff National Championship game, falling to Alabama 33-17. Fields was the back to back Big Ten Offensive player of the year and is widely expected to be high first round draft pick.
Justin Fields Wonderlic
As a part of the new NFL Combine process this year, Fields took a Wonderlic test at his on campus workout. Due to Covid-19 restrictions and a more private testing format, his test score was not released. Fields was chosen 11th by the Chicago Bears. Should this score become public, we will update it as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can review our massive list of NFL Wonderlic scores to see historic scores from prior drafts.
About Justin Fields
Fields started his college career at the University of Georgia. Fields saw time in 12 games with the Bulldogs, scoring 4 touchdowns. The graduate of Harrison High School in Kennesaw Georgia then transferred to Ohio State. At Ohio State, Fields posted massive numbers with his quarterback play. Fields threw for 5,373 yards and 66 touchdowns with only 9 interceptions. Additionally, he ran for 15 touchdowns. Fields had a passing completion percentage of 68.7% at Ohio State. As a starter, he lead the Buckeyes to a record of 20-2 and 2 Big Ten Championships.