Louisiana State University cornerback Morris Claiborne speaks to reporters during Media Day before his team take on the University of Alabama in the NCAA BCS National Championship, scheduled for January 9, in New Orleans, Louisiana January 6, 2012. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
If a quarterback scores a four on the Wonderlic Test then we’ve got a problem.
A cornerback? Eh, not so much.
The cornerback position is about reading and reacting, which are two things that LSU’s Morris Claiborne does very well. NFL teams know this and thus, his draft stock shouldn’t take a hit in light of his low Wonderlic score, which reportedly was a four.
Apparently Claiborne has a learning disability that makes it difficult for him to take written tests. But that shouldn’t matter in this discussion either. He’s not a quarterback, a middle linebacker or a free safety. He doesn’t need to be able to diagnose plays at the line of scrimmage, rely information to his teammate...