The NFL Draft is coming up in less than a month.
Teams will put years of scouting, interviews and evaluations on the line and select college players they hope will develop into productive pros...or maybe into stars. These athletes will not only have had their speed and strength measured, but also their cognitive ability. The oft-scorned Wonderlic Test is given to nearly every draft-eligible football player.
It's supposed to access a person's learning and problem solving aptitude and it's used by a number of companies. But how good of a predictor is it in terms of success?
For more we'll talk to Brian Lyons, professor of business management at Wright State University.