I am the first to admit that I am a novice about football strategies and the specifics of the game. Football has been my favorite sport to watch for 35+ years but I don't pretend to know but only the basics of the game. With that pretense, my question is about our WR's' in particular... Lots of questions. I am one with few answers, which is why I ask. It seems we have quite a few small, quick/speedy receivers on this team and are lacking the very tall guys that some would prefer. I remember watching Maurice (sp) Purify catch some tall passes I (I was there at the a&m game). But it makes me curious with our current offense if our selection of receivers has shifted. Do we really need those very tall 6'6" guys to catch the corner routes and fades in the endzone? Or do we rely on the more Eddleman types to make catches over the middle and short routes, and then rely on the TE's in the red zone? That probably isn't mutually exclusive, IDK. I seem to read a lot of consternation on the recruiting board about how we miss on the bigger guys but tend to reel in the small dudes like Robinson who seem to 'fit' with the offense. I yearn to learn more going forward about who is the best fit, but it also makes me wonder if the tall receivers are less important to Frost. Again, mostly just questions to get input. GBR!!