Nick Toon, NFL Draft 2012: Badgers Receiver Looks To Separate From Receiver Group

ANN ARBOR MI - NOVEMBER 20: Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin Badgers runs after a second quarter catch in front of Jonas Mouton #8 of the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on November 20 2010 in Ann Arbor Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Wisconsin senior wide receiver Nick Toon will look to separate himself in a deep 2012 NFL Draft wide receiver class.

Wisconsin Badgers senior wide receiver Nick Toon played his last game in the Rose Bowl and will head into the 2012 NFL draft. Toon will be heading into a draft that is deep at the wide receiver position, according to most draft experts, so he's going to have to show something to separate himself from the log jam at the position. Toon is a bigger wide receiver at about 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds and has flashed play making ability at times, but has been rather inconsistent in his career with the Badgers.

Here is what SB Nation's Mocking The Draft has to say about Nick Toon:

Badgers wide receiver Nick Toon projects as a good No. 2 in the NFL. He has size and good leaping ability to make tough grabs. He's not dynamic enough, however, to be a first-round player.

For more on the 2012 NFL Draft, visit SB Nation's Mocking The Draft.

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