I don't know if we'll ever know that. Tyler had the benefit of starting his first three games against the weakest part of our competition (sans Georgia Southern, but let's not go there). I described his performance as "admirable" and I think that's a good way to describe it. He outplayed most fans' expectations, looked poised and competent and showed off some physical skills. He'll get a much better shot at a mid-major or a non-AQ school than competing with Jeff and likely Will Grier.