CB Morris Claiborne sets a record for lowest Wonderlic score: 4

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 6 years ago '09        #81
ReggieA 196 heat pts196
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rose would get somebody else to take the test for him
Life as we know it is over
 6 years ago '05        #82
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There's no excuse for getting a 4 on that test, especially if you graduated high school and had some college classes. I know a lot of football players are fu*king idiots, but the elite ones are smart, witty and crafty players. He's supposed to be a top 5 pick and could only get 4 right on such an easy test? C'mon. Not to mention the report that came out said he broke his pencil towards the end of the test and instead of getting a new one he just gave up on the test. Says a lot about the guy. I hope the Bucs do not draft him. We don't need another dumb a.ss Aqib Talib.
 6 years ago '08        #83
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So what.

He still gets drafted in the top 5 to 10.
 6 years ago '05        #84
GROUCHCARTEL 97 heat pts97
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How could he have done worse than Vince Young?

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 6 years ago '07        #85
TH35 103 heat pts103
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 ReggieA said:
I would like to see NBA Players take these type of test, the scores would probably be laughable
it'll be sad.
 6 years ago '05        #86
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 Santoro said:
There's no excuse for getting a 4 on that test, especially if you graduated high school and had some college classes. I know a lot of football players are fu*king idiots, but the elite ones are smart, witty and crafty players. He's supposed to be a top 5 pick and could only get 4 right on such an easy test? C'mon. Not to mention the report that came out said he broke his pencil towards the end of the test and instead of getting a new one he just gave up on the test. Says a lot about the guy. I hope the Bucs do not draft him. We don't need another dumb a.ss Aqib Talib.
He has a severe learning disability involving reading. In college, accommodations are made, such as verbal tests, to help them. The wonderlic test allows for no occomodations, therefore this score is in no way an accurate representation of his intelligence.

Therefore,



at you ignorant, uninformed muthafu*kas.
 6 years ago '07        #87
TH35 103 heat pts103
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 Santoro said:
There's no excuse for getting a 4 on that test, especially if you graduated high school and had some college classes. I know a lot of football players are fu*king idiots, but the elite ones are smart, witty and crafty players. He's supposed to be a top 5 pick and could only get 4 right on such an easy test? C'mon. Not to mention the report that came out said he broke his pencil towards the end of the test and instead of getting a new one he just gave up on the test. Says a lot about the guy. I hope the Bucs do not draft him. We don't need another dumb a.ss Aqib Talib.
damn

 utdpridah said:
He has a severe learning disability involving reading. In college, accommodations are made, such as verbal tests, to help them. The wonderlic test allows for no occomodations, therefore this score is in no way an accurate representation of his intelligence.

Therefore,



at you ignorant, uninformed muthafu*kas.

There isn't reading involved if that pencil sh*t is true. but if he does have a learning disability they shouldn't be required to take it. That's kind of fu*ked up because then you get stories like this.


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 6 years ago '05        #88
Santoro 12 heat pts12
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 utdpridah said:
He has a severe learning disability involving reading. In college, accommodations are made, such as verbal tests, to help them. The wonderlic test allows for no occomodations, therefore this score is in no way an accurate representation of his intelligence.

Therefore,



at you ignorant, uninformed muthafu*kas.
Yeah I want a motherfu*ker who has problems reading when he has to learn an entire playbook over the summer. Like I said I'll pass. I have not saw one thing about him having learning disabilities, but if they're that severe that he struggles on an easy test, how the fu*k is he going to do when a large complicated play book is thrown at him? Cmon
 6 years ago '05        #89
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 TH35 said:
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There isn't reading involved if that pencil sh*t is true. but if he does have a learning disability they shouldn't be required to take it. That's kind of fu*ked up because then you get stories like this.
You have to be a dumb motherfu*ker to think reading is not a part of a test! How the fu*k you think they ask the questions?!?!
 6 years ago '08        #90
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i dont consider myself stupid but a lot of the questions on the mock wonderlic tests arently exactly intuitive
 6 years ago '07        #91
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 utdpridah said:
You have to be a dumb motherfu*ker to think reading is not a part of a test! How the fu*k you think they ask the questions?!?!


did you not see "IF THE PENCIL sh*t WAS TRUE" how is reading involved if you break a pencil, not ask for a new one and just decide to quit the test?!



not enough smileys in the world for that dumbass response.
 6 years ago '05        #92
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 TH35 said:


did you not see "IF THE PENCIL sh*t WAS TRUE" how is reading involved if you break a pencil, not ask for a new one and just decide to quit the test?!



not enough smileys in the world for that dumbass response.
He quit because he knew he couldn't read the questions you simple fu*k. I've taken the test, reading is a big part.
 6 years ago '07        #93
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 utdpridah said:
He quit because he knew he couldn't read the questions you simple fu*k. I've taken the test, reading is a big part.


I know reading is in the test. You're still not getting it. I'm going to leave it alone because if you took the test, its clear as day, you failed comprehension.
 6 years ago '05        #94
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 TH35 said:


I know reading is in the test. You're still not getting it. I'm going to leave it alone because if you took the test, its clear as day, you failed comprehension.
I actually got a 40, and on the English part of the sat I scored a 760. I'm not the one who's confused here.
 6 years ago '07        #95
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Plain and simple he quit, not in the beginning towards the end. If he had a reading disability he should've informed them and not even taken it in the first place. If he was already trying to take it (which he was) and his pencil broke near the end... why not ask for a new one, if you're almost done? or to work on it until the time is over?

I don't give a sh*t what YOU got on a test I could throw my ACT out there too but nobody gives a sh*t
 04-03-2012, 05:07 PM         #96
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 ReggieA said:
Didn't Ryan Fitzpatrick score like a 48 on his wonderlic.
That's my sh*tty a.ss QB
 6 years ago '08        #97
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 rynell said:
Dude can ball on the field thats all that matters.....its not that complicated to learn coverages he'll be aight in the meetings.
Some of yall just don't get it.

Lets be clear up front, he'll get picked and picked high in the draft so remove that from my point.

Its not just about learning route combinations or keying on a lineman or even athletic performance on the field...these n*ggas is part of a bigger machine. Its Big Business playing in the NFL and the players are representatives of those organizations.

They want to know exactly what they getting.

You could be the type of dummy that keeps getting false starts...or offsides called against you or the dummy that gives away gameplans when the Reporter is asking questions....or you could be the type of dummy that catches passes from an All-Pro QB and moonlights Selling Work on the side (Sam Hurd)

Both dummies but they wanna know which 1 they getting.
 6 years ago '10        #98
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This n*gga dumb as rocks
 6 years ago '05        #99
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 NYGiantsHUSTLER said:
if this was my test, i would have got a 12 out of 12.. also got 1370 on my SAT in high school, first time i took it... back when the total score possible was 1600.. i do not consider my self exceptionally smart, but i do well on these types of test's, reading the question multiple times can help you out immensely.. comprehension is the key.
The players only have 10 minutes to take the test... the timing aspect is what makes it difficult. Most people could probably get a 50 if they sat there all day.
 6 years ago '11        #100
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 brazidee said:



The NFL has kept the Wonderlic results under tighter wraps than usual this year. Or maybe the media has had enough other things to keep itself occupied.

Regardless, the first eye-opening score has leaked from the 2012 edition of the 50-question Wonderlic test. Per multiple league sources, LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne scored a four.

Yes. A four. Out of 50.

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Sad that guys like this get to coast into and through major Universities while learning/doing nothing but football and some regular folk have to bust a.ss just to make it into a community college — or have to bust a.ss to pay those hefty University prices.

Really sad.
Christ on clearance. That is fu*king pathetic.

Bama won...Again.
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