Overview
Gregory Toler is a cornerback for the Arizona Cardinals, who selected him with the 131st pick in the fourth pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. Toler attended St. Paul's College in Lawrenceville, Virginia. Toler is the first-ever player drafted from St. Paul's. Toler is listed at 5-feet, 11-inches and weighs 191 pounds.
Prep Career
Toler played high school football at Northwestern High School in Hyatsville, MD. He was not highly recruited by Division I schools, largely due to his poor grades. Following his senior season, Toler was decarled academically ineligible, which prevented him from playing in any area all-star games. Because of poor high school grades, Toler didn't go directly to college, instead he was a storeroom clerk at JCPenney. While working there, he joined a semi-pro football team, the D.C. Explosion, where he was noticed by a coach from St. Paul's College.
2007 Season
The coaching staff at St. Paul's helped Toler become academically eligible for the 2007 season. Playing at defensive back, he helped St. Paul's rank 8th in the nation among Division II teams in interceptions, and 26th in the nation in total defense. Toler was a first-team All-CIAA selection in his first season of college football.
2008 Season
In 2008, Toler led the CIAA Conference with six interceptions and finished third in NCAA Division II with 19 passes defensed. Toler's 51 toal tackles ranked 4th on the team. After the season, Toler was invited to play in the 2009 Valero Cactus Bowl -- an NCAA Division II All-Star game. He also played in the 2008 East Coast Bowl, where he had two interceptions, six passes defensed and had a fumble recovery.
NFL Career
Toler's strong play in the 2008 season and his postseason all-star appearances earned him the opportunity to work out at the University of Richmond's Pro Day. His strong performance there led to an individual workout for NFL teams at Wilson High School.

Toler was selected in the fourth round (131st overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals. Before the 2009 season, Toler signed a three-year/$1.501M contract with Arizona.
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