LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne will probably be a top-five pick in this month’s NFL draft…but before he can be drafted, he had to take the Wonderlic intelligence test, which is used by all industries as a tool to measure a potential employee’s mental aptitude.
Basically, the test measures how smart people are on a scale of 1-50. It’s a 50-question test that has to be answered in 12 minutes.
To be considered literate, you have to score a 10.
The average person scores 20.
Morris Claiborne scored a 4. That’s the lowest in NFL Draft history.
We took the test, Mike got a 24. Mandy scored a 26 (Coincidently, that is the average for Journalists.)
Take the test yourself….and see how you measure-up against different professions! Click HERE!