That's a wrap for 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl practices.
The National and American teams finished their third and final day of practices Thursday at Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.
The National team, coached by the Miami Dolphins staff, partook in a two-hour session beginning at 11:30 a.m. (CT). The American team, coached by the Carolina Panthers staff, completed their final practice Thursday afternoon.
The 72nd annual all-star game is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. (CT) Saturday on NFL Network.
Dane Brugler of The Athletic surveyed the scene from Hancock Whitney Stadium as the first practice of the day got underway.
Looking ahead to Saturday
Panthers Head Coach Matt Rhule said he expects a clean product in Saturday's game.
Tennessee wide receiver Josh Palmer showed off his route running during a 1-on-1 drill Thursday.
A pair of picks
UCF cornerback Richie Grant turned heads with his second interception of the day in the red zone.
Some love for the big guys
NFL.com's Chase Goodbread made sure to highlight the guys in the trenches on the final day of practice.
A strong Sample size
Tulane defensive end Cameron Sample put together a few strong reps in a row. He had 5.0 sacks for the Green Wave this past season.
The more you can do
ESPN Titans reporter Turron Davenport noted UCLA's Demetric Felton has shown off his versatility so far at the Senior Bowl.
What a catch!
Florida's Trevon Grimes showed off his toe-tapping ability with this catch in red-zone drills. The 6-foot-4 wide receiver had 38 catches for 589 yards and nine scores in 11 games in 2020.
A happy (and safe) ending
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported there was a minor inconvenience on the way to practice. But all is well that ends well.
That's all, folks
The American team huddled up to cap three days of top-notch competition in Mobile.