This is an answer that was posted on College Confidential tonight answering this same question.
I'm assuming this information is correct, but I personally do not know.
Here is a repost of an earlier posting I made putting forth my understanding of the components of the Whole Candidate Score and its weighting factors. However, the WCS is only part of the information used by admissions. Also, there are other standards used for recruited athletics and targeted group candidates. Yes, there are points assigned for each of the items within the WCS. As you can see, academics, expecially the SAT/ACT score are heavily weighted.
Class Rank (15)
SAT Score (35)
High School Grades (10)
Extra points for valedictorian/salutatorians/national merit scholar/national honor society,
School leadership – extra points for class or student body president
Athletic Participation – Team captain status important
Team sports valued higher than individual sports
Extra Curricular Activities - eagle scouts, newspaper/yearbook editor, debate
Fitness (10%) - Candidate Fitness Analysis