Buffalo Bills: 3 players who stood out at the Senior Bowl that the Bills should target
Kadarius Toney, Wide Reciever, Florida
The 22-year old from Mobile, Ala. started in all 10 games for the Florida Gators. During his time there, Toney led the Gators with a career-high in catches (62) receiving yards (831) and all-purpose yards with 1,228. He alongside vertical-threat tight end, Kyle Pitts and receiver, Trevon Grimes placed Florida into an elite company as the trio became the only team in the nation to have three players with at least eight touchdown receptions.
Toney would finish his senior ranked ninth in the SEC with an average of 122.8 all-purpose yards per game, and he is one of six SEC players to have scored 11 total touchdowns this season. Playing alongside sure-fire first-round selection, Kyle Pitts, the Florida Gators were in the College Football Playoff conversation all season until their loss to LSU. During that time Toney and the Gators were seen as one of the most explosive offenses in the country, manned by Heisman nominee, Kyle Trask, the Gators were the team to beat.
As the Buffalo Bills preview what could very well be a life without speedster, John Brown, the Buffalo Bills will have a hole at wide receiver. While the team has yet to determine what they have with 2020 NFL Draft pick, Isaiah Hodgins, Toney comes into the draft as a proven commodity.
With Stefon Diggs coming off his best-ever season in the NFL alongside Josh Allen making sizeable improvements in his game, adding another explosive weapon in Kadarius Toney would make the Bills a nightmare to lineup against.