The Wonderlic test is administered to college football players who attend the yearly NFL Scouting Combine. The test is scored on a scale of 50, with 21 being considered an average score.

LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne has made news by reportedly scoring a four on his test, according to Pro Football Talk.

Every year it seems a few NFL hopefuls score surprisingly low, but it doesn't often affect their draft stock.

Here are five NFL stars that reportedly scored very low on their Wonderlic Tests.