Spotted this theory over at Mocking the Draft. The fanshot was linked over to a post at Hogs Haven. (Both links below). The formula is 26-27-60. A score of at least 26 on the Wonderlic, at least 27 starts in college and a completion percentage of at least 60%. College quarterbacks that make that grade are by and large successful in the nfl. Those that don't for the most part are not. There are a few exceptions. McNabb and Marino both scored in teens on the Wonderlic. The story at Hogs Haven gets into the 2011 rookie class. It may change your perspective on some of these guys. It also lays down examples of how past and present players faired.