It was recently learned that LSU Cornerback Morris Claiborne scored a 4 out 50 on his Wonderlic score. The Wonderlic test has been used for many years to test draft prospects intelligence. Not football intelligence, but just basic intelligence. Many scouts and GM’s have stated again and again that a Wonderlic score has really no bearing on how a player can pick up an offense or a defense in the NFL. So you have to wonder why the test even still admitted. But since the NFL is still going to administer the test the PRIVACY of the scores should be of upmost importance. The fans are not drafting any player so why do we know the scores. And most importantly the NFL should reprimand whatever team scout or GM is leaking these scores. It is not fair to Claiborne or any other player to have their intelligence to be publicly questioned. It seems as a culture we are looking for ways to reinforce the dumb athlete stereotype and of course race issues are brought into this. However, at basic human level it should not be in a GM’s or scouting person’s conscience to set out and publicly embarrass a player like that.