At 6-foot-1, Aaron Murray's size will be dissected without mercy by NFL scouts in 2014, however the Georgia signal caller is currently concerned with his desire to stand tall among the greats in school history.
Murray told ESPN.com in a story published Thursday that his goal was to surpass offensive coordinator Mike Bobo's goal of a 65 percent completion percentage. Murray is aiming for 70.
Murray also said that his goal is for the offense to score in the 40 to 60 point range on a regular basis instead of winning 10-0 defensive battles. Murray made no mention of wining the SEC's Player of The Year award so we'll do that for him. If Murray's season goes ccording to plan he'll be given the accolade sometime in December.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matt Stafford is considered the allt-time gold standard for Georgia quarterbacks, however, Murray has outproduced Stafford's career totals in just two seasons.
In 27 career starts Murray, a redshirt junior, has already thrown for 6,149 yards, 59 touchdowns and 22 interceptions. In three seasons Stafford threw for fewer touchdowns(51) and more interceptions(33) and 7,731 yards.