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Morris Claiborne is projected to be drafted in the top 10 by most Mock Drafts including ESPN’s Todd Mcshay projecting him to go to the St. Louis Rams with the 6th overall pick. Claiborne took the NFL’s Wonderlic test, a test that is given to each player pre draft. The test measures your cognitive ability, behavioral liability
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LSU’s Morris Claiborne has a learning disability. This could be why he scored a four on the Wonderlic test at the NFL Scouting Combine. Feel like a jerk for laughing at his score for the past 24 hours? Good. Because I do too.
According to the National Football Post’s Greg Gabriel, Claiborne was diagnosed with a learning disability in high school.
Every college that recruited...
The Stanford-Binet IQ test was designed to measure suitability of a student to fit within the school system and achieve a certain measure of success. It was never supposed to become synonymous with intelligence. But, it did.
The Wonderlic test is built on a similar model and, in theory, it gauges a prospect’s ability to assess an NFL [...]
Morris Claiborne can flat out play ball. He had a stellar career on the field at LSU and is the highest rated CB in the NFL draft. He owned the “athlete” piece of the student-athlete. What about the student side? Well, if his wonderlic score is any indication, he was as unfocused in the classroom [...]
LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne hit back at critics Wednesday, saying he would be the winner in the long run even if he did score a dismal four out of 50 in the NFL Combine's Wonderlic test.
Claiborne's score in the pre-draft aptitude test was leaked to NBC Sports earlier this week, renewing debate over the test's importance.
The projected top-5 pick in this month&...
The big news today that bloggers are choking on is the news, via Gainesville Sun columnist Pat Dooley, that LSU DB Morris Claiborne scored a 4 on the Wonderlic test administered at the NFL Combine. Pat deleted the original tweet, but said that was due to a clerical error. Anyway, Claiborne is a possible top-10 pick. Do you care if your new franchise corner got 4/50 questions correct...
LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne was heavily ridiculed Tuesday when it was leaked that he scored a 4 on the Wonderlic cognitive test administered to NFL prospects at the scouting combine. Claiborne’s four was the lowest known score since 2000, according to ESPN, and seemingly the lowest score by a notable prospect since Vince Young’s 6.
How much does Claiborne’s reported 4...
Although nothing is set in stone, many people feel the top 3 picks of the NFL Draft are more or less set with Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Matt Kalil taking the top 3 spots. What happens at #4 with the Cleveland Browns is really going to most likely be the first move that shapes the rest of the first round.
The Browns obviously need help on offense, and potential playmakers...
The Wonderlic Test is a 50 question test that is administered to NFL draft prospects every year, and it seems like every few years we hear about a prospect failing monumentally and how it may affect their “draft status”. This year, that honor goes to highly touted cornerback Morris Claiborne of LSU. Claiborne reportedly scored a 4 out of 50 on the test, which is the lowest recorded...
Morris Claiborne is hands down the top cornerback in the 2012 NFL Draft class. He’s highly likely to get snatched in the Top 5 and will undoubtedly be off the board after the first seven selections.
But if the 50-question Wonderlic test carried as much weight for cornerbacks as it does for quarterbacks, he might have a problem on his hands. The 5-11, 188-pound shut-down corner...
I spoke with Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Harvard-educated starting quarterback of the Buffalo Bills, around NFL Combine time last year. Draft prospects were taking the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test in Indianapolis and I wanted to chat with a guy who'd nearly aced it.
When Fitzpatrick took the Wonderlic in 2005, he got just one question wrong. His score was reportedly one of the...
Future first-round draft pick scored a 4 on the Wonderlic test
The Wonderlic is back in the news, so you know it must be April. The cognitive ability test, created in 1936, is still used today by NFL teams as a form of pre-draft assessment. It consists of 50 multiple choice questions to be answered in 12 minutes. A score of 20 is intended to indicate average intelligence. Thousands...
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In light of the report that revealed Morris Claiborne's substandard Wonderlic test score, the commissioner has threatened "significant discipline" for any future leaks.