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“I think Will took on the challenge of moving to the right side, which he played the majority of his career on the left side,” Judge said. ”I think one of the things you look at is the way he worked in the offseason, the prep work he did, how he really worked on changing his body and improving a lot of the things and that’s carried over to this year. He’s been a really good player for us. He’s given us a lot of leadership.
“Will’s not the most vocal. He can be vocal, but he’s not a chatter box. He’s not just running around and just saying things to say it, so when he speaks up, they listen. They really go ahead, and they take on more from just how he approaches practice and how he goes about it throughout the duration of the day, and he’s done a good job for us.”
“The communication right away jumped out with him. You can tell right away just in practice last week that there were things, just natural things – he didn’t have every call or check for us right away, but he can call out certain things based on alignments, tips, tendencies, just from being in the league of what it may be, so the communication jumped out right away.”
Despite the limited sample size, Toney is becoming fantasy analysts’ favorite rookie besides Ja’Marr Chase.
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