The consensus surrounding height as a key attribute for NFL quarterbacks is being challenged, with focus on Alabama’s Bryce Young, who is theoretically too short to be considered NFL-standard at 5’10”. However, a shift away from the traditional 6’4″ NFL height criterion of more recent quarterbacks has led to greater opportunity for those that are shorter, as exemplified by successful 5’10” players in the league such as Russell Wilson and Kyler Murray. Key to success for quarterbacks under 6’0″ will be a focus on strengths and compensatory abilities.
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