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Warmack broke his leg in preseason or game 1.

TRich hasn't produced the.numbers you'd expect for a round 1 pick.

Fluker i haven't kept up with.

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Warmack has started all 4 games this season.

 

Dareus is no slouch.

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I took the wonderlic for a job interview. It's 50 questions. You get 12 minutes to answer as many of them as you can correctly. You aren't penalized for incorrect answers. I can't comprehend a person earning a '4' on the test.

It's called a learning disability

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It's called a learning disability

 

Not always. 

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Not always. 

 

he is known to have a major learning disability

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Warmack broke his leg in preseason or game 1.

You're thinking of Jonathan Cooper from UNC who's now with Arizona. 

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Not always. 

 

Furthermore:

 

"When Claiborne came out of high school, the schools that recruited him knew he had a learning disability. I don’t know much about his disability other than it has to do with reading. Everyone I have talked to tells me that Claiborne has great character and is a great kid. He knows and understands his disability and uses all the resources that LSU has available to control it and to help him get by in the classroom."

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Furthermore:

 

"When Claiborne came out of high school, the schools that recruited him knew he had a learning disability. I don’t know much about his disability other than it has to do with reading. Everyone I have talked to tells me that Claiborne has great character and is a great kid. He knows and understands his disability and uses all the resources that LSU has available to control it and to help him get by in the classroom."

 

the average wonderlic score is around a 20 IIRC. 

 

I'm not making fun of learning disabilities because I'm certain a few poster on the huddle have one. Glad he was able to play football because who knows what he would be doing if he weren't. 

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the average wonderlic score is around a 20 IIRC. 

 

I'm not making fun of learning disabilities because I'm certain a few poster on the huddle have one. Glad he was able to play football because who knows what he would be doing if he weren't. 

 

Didn't think you were just showing how people have known about this since high school.

 

I know people who are dyslexic and it fuging sucks for them. they're capable people it just takes them so much longer to do normal things like basic reading. So a timed test like the wonderlic wouldn't necessarily show Claiborne's true intelligence.

 

50 questions in 12 minutes is what they are given.

 

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the average wonderlic score is around a 20 IIRC.

I'm not making fun of learning disabilities because I'm certain a few poster on the huddle have one. Glad he was able to play football because who knows what he would be doing if he weren't.

That's unfair. I have ADD and ADHD. On top of it all, I am strictly a visiual learner. I have trouble processing a simple paragraph discussing a certain topic in a textbook. Just because one has a learning disability doesn't mean he or she can't be successful in anything that doesn't exploit your athletic ability, body, marksmanship, etc.

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It's called a learning disability

 

Learning disadvantage because of chromosome deficiency ...for which his entire family should be compensated for, through my current paycheck, like every other tard, handsomely.

 

He's fukking functionally retarded. He will go far.  Might become President some day soon.

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