Toth shines at Shrine Game practices

Army senior tackle Brett Toth received some positive reviews during Shrine Game practice this week.

NFL.com’s Chase Goodbread listed Toth as one of nine players that have stood out to scouts in attendance.

Scouts were focusing on Toth’s pass blocking after Army attempted just 65 passes in 2017. Toth started all 13 games of the 2017 season without a penalty.

Toth, who measured at 6-foot-5 3/4 and 304 pounds with an 81-inch wingspan, reportedly met with the Broncos, Texas, Bears and Buccaneers this week.

Tony Pauline of Draftanalyst.com listed Toth as one of the six winners on offense this week and wrote, “There are a lot of reasons to appreciate Toth, his pending service to our nation topping the list. But after three days of Shrine practice, NFL scouts now appreciate the football potential. Toth blocked with great fundamentals and did a terrific job shutting down some of the best pass rushers on the West squad. He needs to get a bit stronger but has the makings of a next-level starter.”

NFLdraftscout.com projects Toth as a sixth-round pick in April’s draft. Believe that Toth would be a second-day pick (round three to five) if he didn’t have to serve two years of military service after graduation.

Toth will play for the West team and wear his No. 78 in the all-star game, which will air at 3 p.m. Saturday on NFL Network. He is off to Mobile, Ala. for his second all-star next Saturday where he will become the first Army player at the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

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