Every year, college football players flock to Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine to showcase their talents in front of coaches, general managers, and teams.
In addition to a series of endurance tests, potential draft picks must answer bizarre questions which are purportedly designed to gauge the prospect's personality and decide whether they will be a good fit for the team. Previous questions have included: “Is your mother a prostitute?” or “What’s your murder weapon of choice?”
This year, University of Texas cornerback Kris Boyd said he was asked: "Do you have both of your testicles," according to USA Today.
"I was like, 'Yeah, I don't know why you got to ask,'" Boyd recounted of the strange ordeal.
North Carolina-Charlotte guard Nate Davis said one team official punched him the chest rather than shake his hand.
"He was like, 'You have a soft chest,' and I was like 'OK,' and we just kept it going," Davis told reporters. "That was probably the weirdest thing."
Meanwhile, Kentucky cornerback Lonnie Johnson Jr. was reportedly asked to engage in a staring contest during his interview with the Seahawks, according to NFL.com's Chase Goodbrea. He apparently won.