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At 6'2", 228 pounds, Matthew Stafford is the prototypical QB that NFL teams are looking for, minus an inch or two.
However, his vision, arm strength, and experience well make up for his average height.
He finished 6-2 as a true freshman starter in 2006, and started 34 games in three seasons at Georgia. As a junior in 2008, he completed 61.4 percent of his throws for 3,459 yards, with 25 TDs and 10 INTs.
He finished his career completing 57.1 percent of his attempts for 7,731 yards, with 51 TDs and 33 INTs.
Stafford has great accuracy when setting his feet and using is over-the-top throwing motion, which means his balls rarely get batted.
He also has no durability issues, as Stafford has never missed a start due to injury. Stafford is definitely a better athlete than expected.
He is the best QB in the draft, and he was very successful in the SEC conference where defense is paramount.