Actually, 6'2-6'4 is not prototypical in this generation of the NFL. Look around the league: Steve Smith, Wes Walker, DeSean Jackson, Golden Tate are your prototypical receivers now because teams rely on speed and shiftiness as opposed to a big possession receiver.
Size isn't everything and I understand Cam tends to over throw but to me deception and quickness> size, especially if a small guy has a high vertical.
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The fact you had to list Steve Smith as an example of a "prototypical" WR along with the amazing likes of Golden Tate tells me that it's false.
Looking at the top 7 WRs last year in yards, it consisted of Josh Gordan (6'3"), Antonio Brown (5'10"), Calvin Johnson (6'5"), Demaryius Thomas (6'3"), A.J. Green (6'4"), Alshon Jeffrey (6'3"), and Andre Johnson (6'3"). The back end of this list contains a few short people (including D-Jax), but it looks like 6"3" is the sweet spot.
Top 10 in TDs? A few tall TEs, Dez Bryant (6'2"), Fitz (6'3"), and Brandon Marshall (6'4").
So no, the prototypical AMAZING WR is not Shorty McShorts. It's guys 6'2" and up.