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Sport Mike Williams: Player asked at combine how he would kill someone

03:50  19 april  2017
03:50  19 april  2017 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Well, Mike , I do believe you did hit on the answer they were looking for. They probably want someone who says they’re not going to kill anyone rather than a player who says he ’s thought about how to kill someone .

Mike Williams on weird combine questions: Player was asked ‘ How would you kill somebody’. Created with Sketch. Some NFL team asked whether you would use a gun or a knife to kill someone .

Mar 4, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Clemson Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams catches a pass during the 2017 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. © Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports Mar 4, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Clemson Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams catches a pass during the 2017 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The NFL combine is notorious for putting players through rigorous testing — both physically and mentally. In addition to being measured, working out, and doing drills, players also are interviewed at the combine, where they are subjected to a slew of odd questions.

Former Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams, who is expected to be one of the top wideouts taken in the draft, joined “The Rich Eisen Show” Tuesday and was asked what was the weirdest question he fielded. Nothing stood out to the former Clemson star, but he did recall a bizarre question one of his colleagues received.

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Mike Williams was asked a ridiculous question at the NFL Combine . He asked how Williams would kill someone , with a gun or a knife. We’re serious. Players are always asked odd questions at the NFL Combine but what @ClemsonFB WR @darealmike_dub told us a team asked his friend tops

Well, Mike , I do believe you did hit on the answer they were looking for. They probably want someone who says they’re not going to kill anyone rather than a player who says he ’s thought about how to kill someone .

“There’s been some pretty weird questions, but I can’t really remember them. You get some weird questions. Somebody I know said he got a question, ‘How would you kill someone? Would you use a gun or a knife?’ That’s what somebody said (they were asked),” said Williams.

“I wouldn’t know how to answer that. I would tell them I wouldn’t kill anybody, I wouldn’t be in that situation.”

Well, Mike, I do believe you did hit on the answer they were looking for. They probably want someone who says they’re not going to kill anyone rather than a player who says he’s thought about how to kill someone. If a player is methodically talking about murder, that would raise some serious red flags, especially when you have this guy in the news.

Here’s video of Williams' comments:

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Recently, Clemson WR Mike Williams discussed just how weird things can get during the Q&As with teams. When a scout at the combine asked me… “If you could kill someone and not get caught, would you?” pic.twitter.com/mwK5UX8gvW.

Former Clemson Tigers receiver Mike Williams , who is projected to be a top-10 pick in this year's draft, revealed that a fellow prospect was faced with a tough question at the combine : How would you kill someone , with a gun or a knife?

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