Tall and fall vs drop and drive

many coaches like the tall and fall approach of pitching to create downward plane on the baseball.
Should your stride be 90-100% of your height with the tall and fall approach? what percentage should it be?

Idk what a general consencus will be, but my college coach is trying to get pitchers to work on overstriding in bullpens planning that their stride from tall and fall will be damn close to 100% of their height.

Downward plane and long strides are really competing objectives because striding far means planting on a more bent front leg and that lowers your release point. Pitchers who try to achieve both of these objected need to be careful of inappropriate posture changes as they tilt to try to raise their release point.