It's that time of the pre-draft season: When Wonderlic scores are leaked. Tim Tebow scored a 22, which is on the low side of the average of 24. Jimmy Clausen scored a 23, for gosh sake. Sam Bradford scored a 36! (The max score is 50.)
Now, Wonderlics are famous for not necessarily predicting anything -- see Vince Young, not to mention Terry Bradshaw and Dan Marino, the two most prominent Wonderlic duds.
But as with everything else during this draft season, Tim Tebow's score will be THE headliner of the meme. What does it all mean? Not much, but I'm sure draftniks will find a way to make it a negative.
UPDATE: Points to Volin for digging up the data to compare Tebow's score to the 30 starting QBs in the NFL.