Just one that's beginning to see the light of day. The Wonderlic test provides somewhat of a gauge on just how important academic "tutoring" and "academic support centers" are to keeping student-athletes eligible.
Name - school/year of draft (wonderlic score)
Morris Claiborne - LSU/2009 (4)
Terrell Pryor - Ohio/2011 (7)
Travis Henry - Tenn/2001 (9)
Charles Rodgers - MSU/2003 (10)
Frank Gore - Miami/2005 (6)
Tavon Austin - WVU/2013 (7)
AJ Green - UGA/2011 (10)
Percy Harvin - UF/2009 (12)
CJ Spiller - Clem/2009 (10)
Vince Young -UT/2006 (6) then (16)
Ray Lewis - Miami/1996 (13)
Chris Johnson - ECU/2008 (10)
Either one of three things happened for athletes to score this low: 1) They didn't try, 2) They got academic "assistance" all the way through college to stay eligible and/or "earn" their degree, or 3) They legitimately worked their way academically through college in which case such an insitution should be revoked of its license to operate as an institute of higher learning. College degrees should never be awarded to someone well below to barely above literate. It's kind of a self-defeating oxymoron.