5' 11" vs 5' 10" according to Google. Which I'm sure is 100% accurate.
Same height as Doug Flutie and 3” taller than Spud Webb (just throwing this one in for fun). Tall enough. Bottom line, he needs to find a passing lane to pass downfield. I’m not sure if he wasn’t finding the lanes last year or there weren’t any but it appeared to me that he was launching the ball over the linemen in hopes the receiver could find it. I’m probably wrong but that’s what it looked like to me many times in the last few games.
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Lol neither of them are even 5'10. However, JT5, and especially Joe Hamilton (who is barely 5'9 even in cleats) and plenty of other guys have proved you don't have to be over 6 feet to be a great passer.5' 11" vs 5' 10" according to Google. Which I'm sure is 100% accurate.
I'm not arguing that TM can't improve on his passing game, just that the height difference between him and JT is minimal. I haven't watched enough film to compare the two from a technical perspective.
this is BS. TM is taller than JT, and he was quite effective as a passer.T M is too short to play q.b and be an effective passer a good defense will stack the box and shut the offense down they do not worry about the pass last year I remember several times receivers were wide open but tm could not see them
Pat Sullivan was under six feet and won a Heisman Trophy. He may have been short but when he threw to a fine group of receivers like Terry Beasley he was money in the bank for Auburn. Like Joe Ham once said: "I may not be six two but I play like I am." Taquon just needs to play his game make the reads and complete throws to receivers who are open. Let Kirvonte, Jerry, and the redshirt whose name I have forgotten do the heavy lifting and have fun.Lol neither of them are even 5'10. However, JT5, and especially Joe Hamilton (who is barely 5'9 even in cleats) and plenty of other guys have proved you don't have to be over 6 feet to be a great passer.