Virginia Tech Football: Why Logan Thomas Should Not Be Compared to Cam Newton

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Virginia Tech Football: Why Logan Thomas Should Not Be Compared to Cam Newton
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In 2010, Cam Newton produced one of the best individual seasons in recent college football history.

Not only did Newton lead his Auburn Tigers to an undefeated season and national championship, he also won the Heisman Trophy.

So naturally anytime a player comes along with similar size and skills, he will now be compared to Newton. 

The latest "next Cam Newton?" Virginia Tech junior quarterback Logan Thomas.

Sure, there are similarities, at least physically. Newton stands 6'5" and weighs 250 pounds, while Thomas is 6'6", 262 pounds. 

The comparisons of Thomas to Newton are a bit premature, and here are four reasons why.

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