NFL Team Asked Clemson’s Mike Williams How He’d Murder Someone in an Interview (VIDEO)
As we all know, the NFL draft is based on a whole heck of a lot of pseudosciences that are built around reassuring teams they’ve made the right decision. But the interview questions still sound WAY weirder than they need to be.
Recently, Clemson WR Mike Williams discussed just how weird things can get during the Q&As with teams.
He said to Rich Eisen, “You get some weird questions. I mean, I heard somebody, somebody I know, got a question like ‘How would you kill somebody? Would you use a gun or a knife?’”
Have a listen:
— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) April 18, 2017
This isn’t the first time this question has come up. Austen Lane recalled a very similar question during his pre-draft days, too.
When a scout at the combine asked me… “If you could kill someone and not get caught, would you?” pic.twitter.com/mwK5UX8gvW
— Austen Lane (@A_Train_92) February 23, 2016
Oh, and LSU’s Jalen Mills got the question last year, too.
The question, in his words, was identical. “If you wanted to kill a guy, would you kill him with a gun or a knife?” I’m getting the feeling there’s no right or wrong answer here. Now I’m wondering what I would use.
And we wonder why the NFL has a violence problem.