It is true. But I wouldn't buy too much into it... I don't think it's going to affect his draft stock much. I was listening to some radio show the other day and they were shooting off a bunch of other pro-bowl/hall of fame players who scored very low (not as low, though) on their Wonderlics. The way I kind of look at it is someone can be dumb as dirt when it comes to figuring out logic, grammar and math problems but still be a football player and know the game in and out. Is it a plus if a particular player scores well on their Wonderlic (i.e. Ponder?)? Yes, I think it is.
Here's the more perplexing issue: Why did Claiborne's agent ALLOW him to take the Wonderlic test. It's not really required... He could have given him a practice test and known right away, "Crap, this guy probably shouldn't take this test." If I'm Claiborne, I'm probably finding a new agent.
For the record, I scored a 34 on the practice Wonderlic I took. What's weird is that, if he would have studied for maybe a few days, I'm pretty sure he could have gotten a much better score.
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