(Source: USA Today)
The draft games are in full swing, and it seems Morris Claiborne is paying the price.
The LSU cornerback projected to go in the top five at the NFL draft on April 26 scored a 4 out of 50 on the Wonderlic test taken at the scouting combined in February, according to Pro Football Talk, citing multiple league sources.
The results are supposed to be confidential, but as draft day draws near, information such as this has a tendency to leak out. None of that means anything to Claiborne’s agent, Bus Cook, who defended his client.