49ers QB Scores Similar Cognition Test Grade To 3 Superstar Quarterbacks

San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback Brock Purdy has garnered attention and exceeded expectations with his impressive performance on the S2 Cognition test.

Administered by Brandon Ally, co-founder of S2 Cognition, the test measures an athlete's cognitive processing abilities. Purdy's outstanding score, described as "Drew Brees-like" and landing in the mid-90s range, places him among elite quarterbacks in the league.

Purdy's score placed him first among quarterbacks in last year's draft.

Ally emphasized the test's predictive nature, stating that Purdy's exceptional score indicates the game will never be too fast for him.

The test assessed Purdy's spatial awareness, distraction control, and depth perception speed, highlighting his ability to assess defenses, stay focused under pressure, and make quick decisions.

These cognitive strengths align with those of top-tier quarterbacks like Drew Brees, Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Joe Burrow.

Although the exact score was not disclosed for privacy reasons, Purdy's impressive results help position him as a promising talent in the NFL.

His stellar rookie season and the endorsement of his veteran teammates, George Kittle and Nick Bosa, further solidify his status as the 49ers' starting quarterback. While his limited starts may raise questions for some, Purdy's football IQ compensates for any perceived physical limitations.

With the potential to become a solid quarterback in his own right, Purdy's S2 Cognition test results suggest a bright future for him in the league. Photo Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports