New Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne is either telling a great story about the Wonderlic or he got some bad advice about it. Either way, he addressed reports that he scored a 4 on the logic-based pre-draft test:
The former LSU defensive back, selected sixth overall Thursday night, told reporters that he didn't take the test seriously.
"I mean, I looked on the test and wasn't nothing on the test that came with football, so I pretty much blew the test off," Claiborne said.
The Wonderlic consists of 50 questions that must be answered in 12 minutes. Scores on the Wonderlic are kept confidential by the league. But the prospects' scores -- especially low scores -- occasionally have been leaked to the media, despite commissioner Roger Goodell warning teams of "significant discipline" if they're caught disclosing results.
As the reigning 1500ESPN Wonderlic Challenge winner, we can attest to the fact that the Wonderlic isn't easy and there are rarely football-related questions. But still, Mo Claiborne: You need to try.