In just a few weeks Kadarius Toney will officially be a Gator.
"I am done," said the Scout 300 athlete. "I enroll at Florida in a couple of weeks."
The four-star athlete from Alabama committed to UF in May and has since never wavered from his decision to pledge to Jim McElwain and his staff.
"I figured I was done at the beginning of the season. But it feels pretty good I got a home to go to," said Toney. "I am counting the days I am getting mentally prepared for college."
Toney had a remarkable senior season. In his last game for his high school, he amassed over 600 yards of offense [video below], finishing the season with 3,521 total yards [rushing and passing] and 36 touchdowns in 13 games.
Toney's versatility is one of his biggest strengths. When Toney suited up for the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game last week, he not only took snaps at his regular position under center, he also took snaps at wide receiver.
"I am quarterback that can do anything on the field thats the way I look at it," he said.
At Blount High School, Toney dissected defenses with his huge arm, but burned a few on the ground with his moves in the open field. Now add the fact that he is a reliable route runner with strong hands, Florida has itself a strong offensive weapon.
According to Toney, he does not care where he ends up on the field, in the end he will take the opportunity to become better.
"I see opportunity everywhere I go. If you put your best into it you should get results," he said. "Thats what I am going to do. I am going in and looking forward to put my best foot forward."
Scout's John Garcia contributed to the report.