Favorite player in 2021 Draft: Kadarious Toney!!

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    I used to post here under the title of Holian, but decided to change to my favorite Cardinal QB to WR combination.

    My absolute favorite player in this 2021 draft is Kadarious Toney WR from Florida. He would in my opinion give the Cardinals the most impactful rookie campaign with his combination of receiving skills, ridiculous yard after the catch, return skills, and ability to play the slot, jet sweeps, outside receiver. I am not sure how fast his 40 time will be, but his lateral quickness and balance is video game level. He is super tough as well.
     
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    I wouldn't mind him if in a trade down scenario.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    He kind of reminds me of an Antonio brown type receiver.
     
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    I havent watched anything but highlights...but he does look like a game breaking player. I wouldn't mind him in the first...but not crazy at #16...so maybe if we trade down.

    I would say that if Chase, Smith, and Pitts are gone....our choices would be between Marshall or Toney at WR....I would go Toney
     
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    I like him a lot as well.

    Another good receiver would have made a huge difference this past season.
     
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    A good guard or center would have made a huge difference
     
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    I really feel that Pitts will be the star receiver from this class. He is a true monster at 6'6" and runs like any of the best WRs. What a huge target he will be. Move over Kelce!
     
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    The best tight ends in the league weren't first round picks
    They were athletically gifted but not considered all around tigh ends, that's why they dropped
    Probably in their evaluation the receiving skills werent enough, but I do think is the mainly aspect, the blocking skills can be improved if the guy is willing to improve and athletically gifted, but the receiving and route skills cannot very much
     
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    I mean if you want the second best receiver on Florida. Everyone wants Surtain but Pitts just abused him in one on one
     
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    Yes, but the problem is how KK would intend to use him
    If they want a tigh end who is more effective as a blocker or as a receiver, if u have a solid offensive line it's fine having him but if they need more often a tigh end to support the tackle then isn't worth drafting him in the first
     
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    I was torn between a WR & Simmons but honestly I believe drafting Simmons will pay off starting in 2021.
     
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    I think they would use him frequently on the outside like they did in Florida
     
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    I have to say that I haven't watched him yet, but if he can be an outside WR than pick him @16, if you draft a "WR" with 6'6 you use him like Megatron ... the question is can he be that kind of WR?
     
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    I think Pitts takes over the Fitzgerald role if we draft him.

    Personally, I like Toney. he's no Percy Harvin but the kid could be a nice pickup if we trade back to the 20's.

    I'm honing in on Slater, AVT, Cosmi, Ojulari, Phillips, Farley, Horn, & Surtain

    Slater & Surtain seem like pipe dreams. So does Waddle & Pitts. 16 is just a swing spot. I'd rather be around 13 because then Slater would be more of a possibility. I just see David Decastro in a tackle frame when I watch his tape. And I loved Decastro coming out.
     
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    The buzz on this guy is warming up. He may go before 16. I’d be okay with the Cards taking him. He’s the kind of player who would instantly upgrade the offense.
     
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