With Brock Osweiler to the Broncos, the tallest QB in the NCAA stands in at 6ft 6in. These tall playmakers are draft Viagara to all NFL scouts. The shorter guys would then be equivalent to an offspring of Rachel Dratch and Chris Kaman, in other words a complete turn off to scouts.
Tallest and good
Tyler Bray| 6-6 | Tennessee
With his huge size Bray is projected a high first round draft pick entering his Junior season. The hype for next year is as big as he is, and if he lives up to his potential the Vols can make some noise at the top of the SEC.
Logan Thomas| 6-6| Virginia Tech
Not only is he 6-6 but he weighs 254 lbs. Having said that he’s obvioiusly a ***** to take down. Expect him to find the endzone a lot next season with at least 45 total touchdowns.
Mike Glennon| 6-6| N.C State
Glennon bursted on the scene last season with 3,000+ yards and 31 touchdowns. N.C State has 4 returning starting offensive lineman and Glennon will have no problem seeing over them and dominating.
Tallest but not good
Graham Wilbert| 6-6| Florida Atlantic
Wilbert is good at being tall, but he hasn’t been able to his height to his advantage. Unfortunately I crowned Graham with “The Worst QB Of 2011″ http://www.takingbadschotz.com/?p=3779 …Once again I wish him the best of luck.
Shortest and good
Tyler Tettleton| 5-11| Ohio
Don’t let this little fella fool you, he threw for 3,306 yards and 28 touchdowns (more yards than any of those giants threw for). If that doesn’t impress you than you should also know that he also ran for 658 yards and 10 touchdowns. He’s a sneaky one I tell ya.
Shortest but not good
Jeff Godfrey| 5-11| Central Florida
There were rumors he was transferring to Graham Wilbert’s school after an unimpressive year, but now he’s staying at UCF. Last season Godfrey only threw for 5 touchdowns and managed to rush for 9; these are disappointing numbers after somewhat of an exciting Freshman campaign. Now there’s rumors he’s going to be wide receiver next season…if only he was a couple inches taller.