Penei Sewell is widely expected to be the first offensive lineman taken in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft. Sewell is a 6’ 6” 325 lb offensive tackle from the University of Oregon. Sewell had a very strong first two years with the Ducks and then opted out of his junior year due to COVID-19 precautions. Sewell won both the Morris Trophy and the Outland Trophy in his 2019 sophomore year.
Penei Sewell Wonderlic Score
Sewell will participate in the NFL’s on-campus modified Draft Combine format this spring. As a part of this process, he took a Wonderlic test. Due to Covid-19 restrictions and a more private testing format, his test score was not released. Sewell was chosen 7th by the Philadelphia Eagles. 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 Penei Sewell
Sewell is originally from American Samoa, and moved to Utah in 2012. We attended Desert Hills high school and was highly recruited, eventually choosing to attend Oregon. Sewell was a part of two bowl teams at Oregon, including the 2018 Red Box Bowl and the 2020 Rose Bowl. He and Tua Tagovailoa were selected as co-winners of the 2018 Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award. Sewell is projected on most mock draft boards to be selected between 2nd and 5th overall due to his size and athletic ability.
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