Become the University of Kentucky’s first offensive player named to the AP First Team All-SEC
Team in nearly a decade: check. Put together the longest starting streak of any center in college football: check. Pick up a B.A. in mechanical engineering and become fluent in Spanish: check.
Jon Toth was the Kentucky Wildcats’ renaissance man, or as he was named by the athletic department, their “Mr. Wildcat”, and now Toth is ready to take his many talents to the NFL.
Measuring in at 6’5″ and 305 lbs. during the 2016 season, Toth was credited with 69 knockdown blocks and 195 blocks at the point of attack, helping the team rush for a total of 2,895 yards (the third-highest single-season total in the school’s history).
Unsurprisingly, Toth is among the first athletes signed to marketing expert and social media innovator Gary Vaynerchuk’s new sports agency, VaynerSports, which has partnered with Onnit to provide athletes with a unique approach to training in order to optimize both performance and health.