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Morris Claiborne Scored 4 On Wonderlic Test

Sample Questions from the Wonderlic:

1. Paper sells for 21 cents per pad. What will 4 pads cost?

2. The ninth month of the year is: (a) January; (b) April; (c) September; (d) May; (e) November

3. What number in the following group of numbers represents the smallest amount: 3 33 .8 .33 2

4. When rope sells for $0.10 per foot, how many feet can you buy for sixty cents?
Originally posted by chico49erfan:
Frank Gore solidifies scoring a 6.

"Frank score touchdown. Frank like game."

Frank Gore's Wonderlic Paper:

Name: Even if Gire...
  • MarkD
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Originally posted by midrdan:
Sample Questions from the Wonderlic:

1. Paper sells for 21 cents per pad. What will 4 pads cost?

2. The ninth month of the year is: (a) January; (b) April; (c) September; (d) May; (e) November

3. What number in the following group of numbers represents the smallest amount: 3 33 .8 .33 2

4. When rope sells for $0.10 per foot, how many feet can you buy for sixty cents?

Ummm 1+2+3+4 = 10?
And LSU has given this guy a university degree? How'd he ever pass a class?
So I'm not going to lie. I've been having a rough few weeks (family health b.s.) and I started drinking early today... like I'm wasted... and I hit a 38 on that practice Wonderlic. I don't think that makes me any better of a running back doe
From ESPN....


A 2009 study by professors from Fresno State University, the University of Georgia and Towson State found no connection between Wonderlic scores and performance during the first three years of a player's NFL career. The group studied 762 players from the 2002, 2003 and 2004 draft classes.

John W. Michel, an assistant professor at Towson University who co-authored the study, told the Washington Post: "We found in no cases was cognitive ability related to (football) performance. We did find a negative relationship for tight ends and defensive backs. For defensive backs, it was the most pronounced; basically, the lower you scored on the Wonderlic, the better you performed."


Well alright then, with his score he should be a cross between Ronnie Lott, Deion Sanders and Dick Night Train Lane. PICK HIM 1ST!!!

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Wonder what A. Dixon scored.........
Originally posted by Jesu80ncleats:
Yea but when you score lower than Vince Young..............

For a defensive back thats fine.
Originally posted by biglalo510:
Wonder what A. Dixon scored.........

he didn't take it, he just tweeted during the test
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Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
he didn't take it, he just tweeted during the test

I bet it was 1. You get a point for sitting down.
Don't they give you 3 1/2 points just for making it to the test???
What a dumb$hit... You get 5 just for spelling your name right.
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http://www.nicholascreative.com/footballiq/

Yikes! I just took the test myself and scored a 13 - it's timed and not as easy as it looks - it said i scored better than AJ Green who scored a 10 - me stupid and need a tootor!
Not that surprising since he has a learning disability. The article says he has a problem with reading, so I think it might be dyslexia.


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