Morris Claivorne, the highest ranked CB in the draft, scored a 4 out of 50 on the NFL Wonderlic test. For those of you who also aren’t great at math, this equals out to a 8 out of 100. He got an 8. A 10 out of 50 is considered to be the literacy line of the Wonderlic test. It’s not like this is going to effect his draft position or anything. Let’s face it, it’s not like he’s going to be getting paid to take tests for the rest of his life, so it really doesn’t matter. What does matter is how did this guy even get through school. I mean I know that obviously he’s a good athlete so he was given a pass on pretty much everything he has done, but this is ridiculous. At some point didn’t someone say “Morris can’t even tie his own shoes, how did he just graduate high school?” You could give a toddler a pencil and 5 minutes and they would probably score higher than this guy. Just sad. Just goes to show you that when your good, nothing else matters.

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