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Will This Cause Claiborne To Fall?

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Our CB's would have a combined Wonderlic of 13

that is a scary thought.

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It didn't seem to hurt Gamble though. Sometimes I think kids aren't prepped properly for these things.

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Those guys don't give a fug about that test. Greg McIlroy did, but what else did he have to do? He's a bench warmer.

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Keep in mind that it is PFT reporting this. They have a little history with reporting wrong Wonderlic scores, I guess to to drum up some drama.

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Some kids have learning disabilities.

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Zod should make a Carolina huddle own wonderlic test.....then we could see the avg huddles score lol

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This is more than PFT

The articles I see say "According to Mike Florio"....

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Do you not think that if they had information saying otherwise they would report it? And regardless, I still don't think it matters.

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Do you not think that if they had information saying otherwise they would report it? And regardless, I still don't think it matters.

The test actually is designed to test how "quickly" you process information under pressure. The actual questions are very easy and basic. The challenge is doing it under pressure and time constraints.

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