Toney enjoyed a breakout season in 2020 putting up 70 receptions for 984 yards and 10 touchdowns (and he has also been productive as part of the ground game). One of the most, if not the most, explosive players in this year's excellent wide receiver class, he has great acceleration and is able to make people miss in the open field.
When you can get Toney the ball in space, he can do damage. He changes directions as quickly as any player in the class, cutting corners at high speeds and remaining in-sprint - we haven't seen any other receiver move the way Toney does for years. The question with him though is whether he can develop into a complete receiver or just become Percy Harvin 2.0. He has pretty good hands despite a couple of big drops at the Senior bowl.
He is most likely to see time in the slot at the next level since 83% of his snaps were from there in college.
We view him as a late first-round pick but could go higher due to his elite athletic skills.