Anonymous NFL Scouts Voice ‘Concerns’ Over Gators WR Kadarius Toney’s Rap Career Ahead Of Draft

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The NFL draft is almost here which means it’s time for NFL scouts to criticize prospects anonymously.

Earlier this week, The Athletic’s Bob McGinn spoke to several NFL scouts to discuss the top 30 offensive players on the draft board.

McGinn’s report includes several wondering if Gators wide receiver Kadarius Toney, who raps under the name “Yung Joka, cares more about his rap career than he does football.

Via The Athletic

He’s got some swagger. He actually has, like, two (recorded) albums and three additional singles. It’s a concern whether he has enough commitment to do it at this level with all the stuff he has going on.” Added a third scout: “Music seems to be his passion, more so than football.” His skills were compared by a fourth scout to ex-Gator Percy Harvin.

The scout’s concerns about pretty dumb considering Toney released his “SplitWorld” album on Jan. 1, 2020. and went on to catch 70 passes for 984 yards and 10 touchdowns during the college football season.

Fans fired back at the anonymous NFL scouts’ assessment of Toney and his rap career.