Morris Claiborne isn't Sweating the Wonderlic

By Jason Priestas on April 27, 2012 at 12:51p

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Grayskullsession's picture

"I didn't see no point in the test." 

The irony is staggering.......

"if irony were made of strawberries, we' d all be drinking a lot of smoothies right now."

rkylet83's picture

He'd actually have to be able read what his critics wrote to get worked up about it.

BrewstersMillions's picture

The Cowboys assessed this test correctly by trading up to get Morris. The low brow shots at the kid are pretty shame full.


Good work guys.

Poison nuts's picture


"Do not pass me, just slow down - I can move right through you" Superchunk - Precision Auto.

rdubs's picture

Honestly (assuming his story is true at all), what a stud.  Maybe a dumb stud, but still that dude has balls.

rjenkins26's picture

I wonder who was doing his school work for him at LSU...

BuckeyeW's picture

I'm just not okay with that attitude, show some pride in yourself man. Give some effort to one of the least challenging aspects of the draft process. Yeah, you're a great football player. AT BEST, that will carry you through 1/3 of your life. I just don't like it.

That said, I really wanted the Browns to stand pat, draft Claiborne, and solve CB and FS with one pick by moving Sheldon up top. 

phxbuck's picture

I actually love this answer.  I actually wish that I could say this on a weekly basis where I work.  It would go a little something like this.  

"Did you remember to finish the weekly report and send it over to operations"

"No I didn't, the report has nothing to do with my daily activities and provides little value or insight in to my performance level at my current position"

Some people take pride in scoring well on tests, and some people do not.  I don't think there is a right or wrong answer.  Also grammar police please spare everyone, google U.S. president 2000-2008 and let me know if grammar is stopping people from being successful. 


Flyermike's picture

Phxbuck the difference is this guy is going to make millions, and he didn't exactly say things quite like you just did. He basically made a mockery of the interview process. I know all you have to do is play football in the league, but good grief put a coherent sentence together.

Buckeyejason's picture

He went with an office space kind of response to it..LUMBERG!


Johnny Ginter's picture

he's actually 100% correct

Johnny Ginter's picture

to elaborate, having players do the wonderlic for NFL evaluation is like if google started forcing people to see how many reps they can do at 225 on the bench press before an interview

Buckeyejason's picture

Lmaoo very true Johnny, very true.