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Florida St. ● Senior ● Guard ● 6-2 ● 200 ● 3/16/86
21.5 ppg ● 3.9 rpg ● 2.9 apg (08-09 averages)
Highlights: All-America Third Team by the Associated Press and All-America Third Team by the Sporting News as he enjoyed one of the top seasons by any individual player at Florida State in the history of the program during the 2008-09 season...All-America Third Team by CollegeHoops.net...An All-ACC First Team selection, the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, the ACC Player of the Year runner-up, named to the All-ACC Tournament First Team and a two-time ACC Player of the Week as a senior as he led Florida State to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998 and into the ACC Championship game for the first time in school history.
2008-09 (RS Senior): Averaged a career-high and team-leading 21.5 points per game, 1.8 steals per game (first on the team), a career-high 2.9 assists (first), while also leading the team in field goals made (a career-high 239), 3-point field goals made (a career-high 85) and free throws made (a career-high 188) while earning All-American Third Team, All-ACC First-Team, ACC Defensive Player of the Year Honors and was voted as the ACC Player of the Year runner-up...Led the ACC in scoring with 751 points and a career-high 21.5 points per game scoring average...Also led the ACC in scoring in conference games only with 369 points and a 23.1 points per game average...The third Seminole in school history to lead the league in scoring following Bob Sura (21.2 points per game in 1994) and Al Thornton (19.7 points per game in 2007)...also the second Seminole to lead the league in conference games scoring only (23.5 points per game by Al Thornton in 2007)...While his 751 points ranks as the Seminoles' record for points in a season his 369 points in 16 ACC games fell only eight points short of surpassing Thornton for the Seminoles' all-time record of 376 points in ACC play during the 2006-07 season...ranked 16th in Division I with his ACC leading 21.5 points per game scoring average...Finished his career with 231 career steals (1.8 steals per game) in 130 career games during his career and 188 steals as a Seminole (1.90 steals per game)...His 188 steals is the seventh highest ranked total in school history while his 1.90 steals per game average in three seasons as a Seminole is ranked as the 25th highest per game average in ACC history...finished his career ranked fifth in school history with 1,655 career points and is the only Seminole to rank in the top five in career scoring while playing less than four seasons at Florida State...Totaled a single-season school record 751 points as he led the ACC in scoring and scoring average during the 2008-09 season...His 751 points during his senior season allowed him to become only the second player in school history to score 700 or more points in a single season and broke the longest standing record in school history (53 years) for points scored in a single season.
2007-08 (RS Junior): Averaged 15.4 points (first on the team), a career-high and ACC leading 2.6 steals per game (first), 2.6 assists (first) and 3.2 rebounds (fifth) in earning All-ACC Third Team and All-ACC Defensive Team honors during the 2007-08 season...Douglas' selection to the All-ACC Third-Team marks the third consecutive season that a Florida State player has been named to the All-ACC first, second or third team...All-American Al Thornton was an All-ACC First-Team selection and the ACC Player of the Year runner-up in 2008 and an All-ACC Second-Team selection in 2007...Led the Seminoles in field goals made (178) and attempted (414), 3-point field goals made (62), 3-point field goals attempted (174), free throws made (106) and free throws attempted (131) as he played in 34 games and in 1,205 total minutes for a 35.4 minutes per game...Only the 11th player in ACC history with 90 or more steals in a single season when he reached the mark during the 2008 season...his .801 free throw shooting percentage helped the Seminoles lead the ACC for the second consecutive season and finish fifth nationally in team free throw shooting percentage...Ranked ninth in the ACC in scoring with his 15.4 points per game scoring...his 48 steals in 16 ACC games during his junior season is tied for the third highest steals total in league history for conference games only...The all-time record for steals in ACC play only is 53 by Maryland's Johnny Rhodes during the 1996 season...Helped Florida State finish tied for 34th nationally in steals per game with an 8.5 steals per game average...Ranked second on the team with seven 20+ point scoring games. 2006-07 (RS Sophomore): Averaged 12.7 points (second on the team), 2.9 assists (second), 1.2 steals (tied for fourth) and 2.7 rebounds (sixth) while shooting .475 from the field and making 31 3-point field goals (second)...A 2.9 average and his best assists-to-turnover ratio with a 1.2-1 mark in starting 28 of the Seminoles' 30 games...Ranked second in overall scoring (380 points) and in points per game average (12.7) despite playing in five fewer games because of a hand injury suffered in the 24th game of the season against Clemson...As much was made of his starring role as the Seminoles' point guard in 28 games as was made of the five games he missed with a hand injury...He was injured while partially blocking a shot against Clemson on Feb. 7 and was forced to miss the next five games while rehabbing the injury to the wrist on his shooting hand...Suffered a non-displaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his right (shooting) hand Clemson...The wrist was casted for approximately one week and then placed in a splint.
2005-06: Sat out the season after transferring from Auburn under NCAA transfer guidelines...practiced with the team during the entire season and learned.
2004-05 (Freshman; Auburn):
Personal: Born March 16, 1986 in Tampa, Fla...Toney is the son of Harry and Stephanie Douglas...A brother, Harry, was a starting wide receiver for the University of Louisville from 2004-07 and is currently a kick returner and a wide receiver for the Atlanta Falcons... Both Toney and Harry received offers to play college basketball at the collegiate level...majoring in business.